Monday, March 28, 2011

OOP, again and again and again

Nothing gets LtU's juices flowing like a good old OOP discussion. It starts with a harmless "OO is anti-modular? Really?" and runs into the right margin very quickly. It's worth a read.

In that thread there's also a quote describing OOP that's very close to my POV, by Jonathan Aldrich:
building dynamic dispatch into the language ... is the one thing that separates languages commonly considered "OO" from those that are not

1 comment:

beza1e1 said...

I agree with you POV. In my words "polymorphism is the essence of OOP".