Who's minister of propaganda this week?

Darren New dnew at san.rr.com
Sun Mar 18 23:15:34 CET 2001


> Don't underestimate convenience.  :-) If you had to declare each
> string value in your program as a class like the above, it would make
> strings less useful in a practical sense although they'd still be
> equivalent in a theoretical sense. 

True. On the other hand, there are things like co-routines which, to get the
same effect, you have to basically implement co-routines rather than just
use an inconvenient syntax. I think there's actually a rather big difference
between "inconvenience" and "impossible".  :-)

-- 
Darren New / Senior MTS & Free Radical / Invisible Worlds Inc.
San Diego, CA, USA (PST).  Cryptokeys on demand.
A million monkeys in a room with a million typewriters 
              will only yield half a million pregnant monkeys.



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