What are OOP's Jargons and Complexities?

Matthias Buelow mkb at incubus.de
Sun Jun 5 16:30:18 CEST 2005

Andrea Griffini wrote:

>>Of course it is a language, just not a standardized one (if you include
>>Borland's extensions that make it practical).
> The history of "runtime error 200" and its handling from
> borland is a clear example of what I mean with a product.

Hmm, I had to google this up...

Quite embarrassing, but it's a runtime bug and got nothing to do with
the language per se.  And it certainly manifests itself after the
hey-days of Turbo Pascal (when Borland seems to have lost interest in
maintaining it.)


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