What are OOP's Jargons and Complexities?
agriff at tin.it
Wed Jun 1 22:38:58 CEST 2005
On Wed, 01 Jun 2005 16:07:58 +0200, Matthias Buelow <mkb at incubus.de>
>With a few relaxations and extensions, you can get a surprisingly useful
>language out of the rigid Pascal, as evidenced by Turbo Pascal, one of
>the most popular (and practical) programming languages in the late 80ies
>/ start of the 90ies.
It was not a language. It was a product in the hand of a single
company. The difference is that a product can die at the snaps
of a marketroid, no matter how nice or how diffuse it is.
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