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#ActualSuperVGA

Posted 16 November 2012 - 09:27 AM


If everything in OOP had to be a class, we'd be writing code like below, which we don't --
Assertion( Comparison( Adder( Integer(1), Integer(1) ).Result(), Integer(2) ).Result() ).Check();


[source lang="ruby"]smile if Ruby.isBeautiful?[/source]

[source lang="c"]is_readable? depend_on_dev() : ruby_char_saver();[/source]

#2SuperVGA

Posted 16 November 2012 - 09:24 AM


If everything in OOP had to be a class, we'd be writing code like below, which we don't --
Assertion( Comparison( Adder( Integer(1), Integer(1) ).Result(), Integer(2) ).Result() ).Check();


[source lang="ruby"]smile if Ruby.isBeautiful?[/source]

[source lang="c"]is_simple_syntax? smile() : elementary();[/source]

#1SuperVGA

Posted 16 November 2012 - 09:21 AM


If everything in OOP had to be a class, we'd be writing code like below, which we don't --
Assertion( Comparison( Adder( Integer(1), Integer(1) ).Result(), Integer(2) ).Result() ).Check();


[source lang="ruby"]smile if Ruby.isBeautiful?[/source]

[source lang="c"]Is_basic_syntax? smile() : frown();[/source]

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