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- Subject: Re: x:sin() vs. math.sin(x)
- From: Thomas Lavergne <thomas.lavergne@...>
- Date: Sun, 21 Apr 2002 00:52:11 +0200
On Sat, 20 Apr 2002 20:18:42 +0200, Dan Andersson wrote:
>On 21 Apr 2002 at 3:07, John Belmonte wrote:
>> Someone turned your favorite sweatshirt inside out. So will you
>> suddenly hate it, or realize that it's your favorite sweatshirt
>> inside out?
>-- snipping some irrelevant and obvious text --
>I would hate that guy. And it would be pretty unconfortable inside
>out. But what you
>are arguing is that since a language is turing complete, semantics
>is of little
>consequence. Quite the contrary! Then semantics is everything. Since
>it's the only
>difference. Objects are no panacea to every ill. Objects don't even
>qualify as a valid
>form for most problems. If you have a hammer ...
>MvH Dan Andersson
I hate you ;-)
You don't think we can get the best of these two programming way and
make lua a good and simple programming language.
OO are not the best but have a lot of advantage, so why don't let the
final user choose between these depending on the context.
Thomas Lavergne "Le vrai rêveur est celui qui rêve
de l'impossible." (Elsa Triolet)
firstname.lastname@example.org ICQ:#137121910 http://assoc.wanadoo.fr/thallium/