Collection interfaces (Was: New to OO concepts - re-usability)
jcoffin at taeus.com
Wed Feb 28 18:08:52 EST 2001
In article <MCjm6.474652$U46.14163288 at news1.sttls1.wa.home.com>,
patrickdlogan at home.com says...
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> It is possible to hide the implementation behind any procedure. But
> it requires some kind of OO mechanism to be polymorphic. That
> is what OO is, by definition.
Strictly speaking, that's not really true: OO has requirements above
and beyond polymorphism. Therefore, not all mechanisms that supply
polymorphism are necessarily OO.
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