- From: "Lan" <lan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 17 Feb 2007 12:16:46 -0800
On Feb 15, 6:38 am, "suchenwi" <richard.suchenwirth-
On 15 Feb., 15:19, "Gerald W. Lester" <Gerald.Les...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Your design models should be pretty much the same regardless of language --
have you done these yet (if not then worrying about implementation details
like the language is putting the horse before the cart)?
Isn't that a good place for it? :^)
How quickly we forget when technology (horses) is outmoded.
You have the task of hitching a horse to a cart. To perform it, you
need to bring both out of the barn in a certain order. If you pring
the horse out first -- "put" it first -- the horse will wander away
before you get the cart. Therefore the cliche about doing things in
their proper order says that you must not "put the horse before the
Happy to help out -- no thanks necessary.
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