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Re: Unpredictable programming

From: Bruno Desthuilliers <bdesth.quelquechose_at_free.quelquepart.fr>
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2006 22:50:11 +0200
Message-ID: <44a43c03$0$16575$636a55ce@news.free.fr>


Bob Badour a écrit :

> erk wrote:
> 

>> Bruno Desthuilliers wrote:
>>
>>> [snip]
>>> Bob Badour wrote:
>>>
>>>> P.S. Please, don't think I am trying to discourage you from learning
>>>> OO.
>>>> Learn it. By all means. But learn it as it really is and not as some
>>>> sort of mystic rite of passage. It is a computational model. One of
>>>> many. Try to be as buzzword proof and as bullshit proof as possible by
>>>> learning how to recognize and how to articulate computing concepts with
>>>> precision and accuracy.
>>>
>>>
>>> Bob, it's *really* a shame that you waste your time flaming and
>>> insulting peoples when you can also write such articulate and mostly
>>> sensible stuff. BTW, do I need to add that I globally agree on all you
>>> say here (with noted reserves), or was it obvious enough ?
> 
> 
> If, by 'globally', Bruno means everything I contribute to c.d.t or c.o, 

Nope - I was just talking about your anwser to the OP. It should also be obvious that I don't agree with the way you talk to people in most of your posts, but that's another point and somewhat OT.

> then no, it was not obvious at all. It's still not apparent to me.

Indeed. Received on Thu Jun 29 2006 - 15:50:11 CDT

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