Re: Entity and Identity

From: Cimode <>
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 00:09:04 -0700 (PDT)
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On 25 juil, 00:14, rp_at_raampje.(none) (Reinier Post) wrote:
> Walter Mitty wrote:
> >What I'd like to see is a way that an OO programming language could work
> >with data defined according to a relational schema.  The big problem seems
> >to be that OO doesn't have a good way of describing sets of objects in such
> >a way that an operation on the set can be resolved down to a series of
> >operations on the elements.
> Some stupid OO languages didn't make this easy.  But that has changed.
> Iterators/enumerators and generics are the standard way of working
> with collection now in C++, Java, C#.  They're going further and further.
> Take a look at LINQ.
And reinventing SQL...No thanks...
> Reinier
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