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Re: OO fans bashing Joins

From: topmind <topmindNOtoSPAM_at_technologist.com.invalid>
Date: 2000/03/13
Message-ID: <08a5de0c.dce09110@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com>#1/1

In article <Jthz4.408$KK.30453_at_bgtnsc06- news.ops.worldnet.att.net>, "Tony" <tony_at_my.isp> wrote:
>
>topmind <topmindNOtoSPAM_at_technologist.com.invalid> wrote in
 message
>news:028e5900.7d7dac63_at_usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com...
>> In article <38c4407b.23364041_at_news.shuswap.net>,
>> genew_at_shuswap.net (Gene Wirchenko) wrote:
 

>> Only if the real world fits into the artificial groupings and
>> boundaries that classes and methods provide. My observation is
>> that real world change patterns *don't* fit these well,
 making a
>> bigger mess than OO's competitors.
>
>OO doesn't "provide" these. The developer does. There's no
 limit on
>what kinds of abstractions one can create, real-life
 abstractions or not.
>
>Tony
>
>

This includes modeling them *without* OO and it's overhyped, language-bloating religion.

-tmind-

Received on Mon Mar 13 2000 - 00:00:00 CST

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