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When creating quick prototypes, is it better to use the language you are going to use in the end?
I have been working with SFML(C++) and Flash(AS3) and usually creating prototypes for some ideas I have. Is it better to use the language you are going to use in the end (C++ usually) or use ...
Jul 14 '10 at 19:19
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