Prothon Prototypes vs Python Classes

Dang Griffith noemail at noemail4u.com
Mon Mar 29 14:46:19 CEST 2004


On Sat, 27 Mar 2004 21:33:50 -0500, "John Roth"
<newsgroups at jhrothjr.com> wrote:

>
>"Michael" <mogmios at mlug.missouri.edu> wrote in message
>news:406635AB.9050803 at mlug.missouri.edu...
>> I'm not terribly familiar with the concept of prototypes although I
>> believe I understand the basic meaning and I have worked in languages
>> which do use prototypes (although not called that).
>>
>I'd like to play around with a prototype based language to see how it
>works, although for reasons I've mentioned elsewhere, I won't use
>Prothon. I'd be using IO if they had a windows executable installer,
>rather than requiring me to compile the silly thing.

I'm pretty sure PowerBuider is prototype-based, although they don't
document it as such.  
It has a Windows-executable installer, also.  :-)
    --dang



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