Getting in to metaprogramming
Hendrik van Rooyen
mail at microcorp.co.za
Wed Nov 26 23:55:33 CET 2008
"Aaron Brady" <castironpi at gmail.com> wrote:
>I don't know a clean, reliable way to structure a metaprogram though.
>Mine always turn out messy.
Then another thing - it strikes me that any problem that can be solved
by metaprogramming, can be solved by putting similar code into a class
and instanciating an instance.
Does anybody know if this is true?
If it is, it limits the usefulness of metaprogramming to the creation
of "stored procedures" for "later execution".
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