How do you define "object-oriented"?
marbusse at t-online.de
Sun Apr 28 05:56:55 UTC 2002
Am Samstag, 27. April 2002 01:17 schrieben Sie:
> If you spend enough time developing in languages like C and C++, BASIC,
> Pascal, FORTRAN, and COBOL, it changes the way you think. Instead of
> thinking about the real-world entities that you're trying to represent, you
> end up jamming these notions into whatever language structure will hold
Object oriented programming is not a matter of the language, it's a matter of
the programmers brain. Look at GTK+ to see, how you could program a "object
oriented" windowing toolkit in C...
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