lies about OOP

Jarek Zgoda jzgoda at gazeta.usun.pl
Tue Dec 14 21:34:41 CET 2004


projecktzero wrote:

> A co-worker considers himself "old school" in that he hasn't seen the
> light of OOP.(It might be because he's in love with Perl...but that's
> another story.) He thinks that OOP has more overhead and is slower than
> programs written the procedural way. I poked around google, but I don't
> know the magic words to put in to prove or disprove his assertion. Can
> anyone point me toward some resources?

There's no magic in OOP. It's just more natural to human nature, so you 
should point your friend to works of Aristotle or Sancti Thomae 
Aquinatis, specially their writings on "natural sciences" and theory of 
species.

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Jarek Zgoda
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