Then you are going to hate working anywhere because they are going to have coding standards and expect you to follow them.
Exactly! I dont' know if they still do, but in the 90s if you worked for Microsoft you had to use Hungarian Notation string strName; int *pNumber... and all companies have set styles you must use or risk being terminated for not following protocol.
Think of it like a program. If one person uses a different style to code it, that is the equivalent of a error or bug, and to fix it they would just replace you (rewrite the code so that it did what was expected) with a programmer that will code the way they want.
For example, I know for a fact that the companies in my area, 4 of them prefer the C++ style to be similar to Java.
those three languages are not the end all solution to programming. php, mysql (kind of (it does have commands)), simple, brainf*ck, obj-c, html, css etc can all do things that c++ can, so there is no general best programming language
I partially agree with both of you for the fact that you left out that(In his opinion, as stated from @Fred) C and Java are the only languages to challenge C++ and Fred said to re-read because you left out that part.
EDIT: If you didn't see exactly what he said/don't remember, let me re-quote it
No language challenges C++ IMO, besides C and Java.
all of the languages i mentioned all compare to c++, because each has its own field, and fine its not that big of a deal that we made the mistake in that he said no languages, but those two still dont change the point im making.
DTS you just said that those web languages can do what C++ does, now you're saying they can't? Tell me what you mean.
I already said they have their own field, this whole convo with me and you started because I said I don't like python and it sucked. It's my opinion. No matter how much you tell me my opinion is "wrong" I'm going to still say it isn't. I'm the only one that can change that.
DTS you just said that those web languages can do what C++ does, now you're saying they can't?
please tell me where i said that. if i did im wrong, because what i meant is that each has its own field and there is no top one. c++ doesnt stand unchallenged except for the three you mentioned. even bajarne stroustrop says c++ has its downfalls. it just depends on what you need to do, how you need to do it, and how quickly it needs to be done. (please dont quote me on that list. i know its not everything that needs to be taken into consideration)
edit: i found it. sorry meant cant. cause like i said can would be wrong and defeat what i was trying to prove