On Wed, Jul 5, 2017 at 6:56 PM, Jack Woehr
<jwoehr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Java is very safe, you have to know the collection classes, they're
complicated. You can always do what you need to do.

I think we have very different ideas about what "safe" means.

Your argument seems to be: As long as the programmer really knows the
ins and outs of a language's complicated constructs, the programmer
can take steps to avoid getting themselves into trouble; and therefore
that language is "safe".

By this argument, what languages AREN'T safe?

John Y.

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