Not fully OO ?
Aaron "Castironpi" Brady
castironpi at gmail.com
Fri Sep 26 20:07:55 CEST 2008
On Sep 26, 11:48 am, "Tim Rowe" <digi... at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2008/9/26 Tino Wildenhain <t... at wildenhain.de>:
> >> The question I usually ask is "Does this language help me get the job
> >> done?" Python often does. That's all that really matters, isn't it?
> > Well then it still depends on the perception of "job done". For example
> > PHP programmers would bet their soul that their language of choice is
> > exactly the right one to "get the job done." :-)
> > You and me would indeed see a different picture on the level of doneness
> > of such jobs ;-)
> Well, I did say "Often". Before now I've struggled for ages to write a
> Python program to do a job, then when I've tried C# all the problems
> have fallen away and the job was done in an hour or so. But other
> times it has been the other way around; I've done stuff in Python that
> I wouldn't know where to begin with in other languages. One of my
> constant refrains is that *no* tool is ideal for *all* jobs!
> Tim Rowe
I thought procedural and imperative were the same.
"Sorry, but you forgot to phrase your expression in the form of a
I'll take 'modules' for $500, Alex.
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