[Edu-sig] creating an interface vs. using one
ajsiegel at optonline.net
Mon Sep 25 03:15:50 CEST 2006
kirby urner wrote:
>As gnu math teachers, we cover all this before college, no problem,
>using Python, Ruby or whatever. Strong OO is advisable, as it's just
>natural to consider Polyhedra as Objects (with spin methods, face
>count attributes etc.), and we *definitely* want lots of those.
But there is no such thing as gnu math, so how can there be gnu math
Who do you think you are leading?
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