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RE[2]: Why all the fuss about Java?
by gilboa on Wed 13th Oct 2010 13:24 UTC in reply to "RE: Why all the fuss about Java?"
gilboa
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Such arrogance and no knowledge to back it up.


I'd suggest you take a couple of basic C courses, as your comment was -way- of the mark.

Nothing stops from implementing objects in pure C. Come to think about it, more-or-less any language that support functions, complex storage [e.g. arrays] and callback functions, can implement objects.
Heck, I can even implement objects (including inheritance) in BASH or assembly!

Now, whether -you- consider that true object oriented language (as it requires some additional foot work to implement objects), is irrelevant.

... I'd think twice before calling someone arrogant.
(Keep in mind that I don't really agree with the OP)

- Gilboa

Edited 2010-10-13 13:26 UTC

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