raab at isgnw.cs.Uni-Magdeburg.DE
Fri May 29 14:08:47 UTC 1998
> It is a mistake to put #evaluate and #evaluate: in Object.
> ParcPlace did this with #value and #value: for awhile, and the
> problem is that you lose useful information because errors don't
> get caught right away but the system keeps on running for awhile
> before finally noticing some error.
I absolutely agree. One thing I don't like at the moment is that Object
implements #do: It's easy enough to define either asCollection or to
implement #do: in classes where this is really needed.
> (I'm hoping that if I say it enough, people will believe me!)
I do ;-)
Linear algebra is your friend - Trigonometry is your enemy.
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