Re: They created J#, why couldn't they do VB#?
On Mon, 26 Nov 2001 11:00:48 -0800, "Jonathan Allen"
>Please pick a different example, as there is nothing wrong with global
>functions. It would suck if we had to use a class every time we wanted a
>simple math function.
Isn't that what OOP purists strive for, though? How could that 'simple
math function' serve as a base class for inheriting some extra
functionality to serve the software reuse God if all it was was a
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