Re: Is Procedural Paradigm a basis of OO Paradigm?



On Feb 22, 9:53 am, "Mark Nicholls" <Nicholls.M...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 21 Feb, 16:03, "arnuld" <geek.arn...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

just changed the subject, to make it more clear

yes.....

it is trivial to consider procedural programming as a special case of
OO, OO gives you some extra bells and whistles that make life easier
(or more complex depending on what hat you've got on).

So does relational. Or functional, or logical programming, etc. You
seem to be arguing for paradigm potpurri.

Many of the things that people do with OO are better done in
relational in my opinion. For example, managing "instance features"
with sets instead of graphs of pointers or trees. OO is navigational
structures, which were discredited in the 70's and should have stayed
that way if the OO hypsters didn't zombie it up from the grave of Bad
Ideas.

-T-

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