Re: can i learn OOD without any procedural 1st
- From: Matthieu Villeneuve <matthieu.villeneuve@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 02 Mar 2007 15:43:41 +0100
this is my very 1st post here. i don't know anything expect some Lisp,
one of my friends taught me Lisp.
i need to learn OOA-D 1st. so the question now is:
Can i learn OOA-D without learning Proecdural/Modular design 1st?
will that not handicap me?
( i am interested in C++, OOD & Templates and i do not want to learn C
1st, which is procedural. one of my friends, advised me to learn OOD
1st & then C++ but he has no idea on whether to learn procedural or
modular 1st as a solid-base of programming or OOD)
Out of curiosity, which Lisp do you know? Lisp isn't a language, it is
a family of language containing Common Lisp, Emacs Lisp, Scheme, etc.
You can write OO programs in Common Lisp (which was the first OO
language to get an ANSI standard, IIRC), so you may be able to start
with OO without having to take time to learn C++ or another language...
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