lsp at impulzus.sch.bme.hu
Fri Feb 22 10:50:52 CET 2002
On Fri, 22 Feb 2002, Andreas K. Foerster wrote:
> Oh, you really can't say so. The GTK+ library for example isn't OOP at
> all. And there were windowed systems long before OOP.
> There is nothing about OOP, that you couldn't do without.
And eventually, there's nothing you couldn't do in assembly. The only
question is: how hard is it? And if we put it that way, we can bounce the
question back: how hard is it for whom? I think this is the main issue
here. In some circumstances, mainly when many people try to work together
to code something and they have a strict deadline, or when the program
grows quite enormous, OOP can be a good help. But only if you use it
properly. It's not a magic wand, it's a simple tool, like a hammer or a
screwdriver. If you can handle it and use it for the right thing, it will
make your life easier.
That's all, nothing more.
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