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- Subject: Re: More on environments and objects
- From: PA <petite.abeille@...>
- Date: Sat, 27 Aug 2005 18:35:20 +0200
On Aug 27, 2005, at 16:36, Mike Pall wrote:
Interesting. Looks like many programmers (when new to Lua or
to its ancestor languages) experience the same learning curve.
I would guess that the same applies to any/most new languages one tries
to learn, no?
8. object equality vs. object identity.
Doesn't the __eq metamethod cater to both?
9. OO vs. closures.
Why would that be a 'versus'? OO provides an organizational principle.
Closures, a nifty encapsulation mechanism.
10. complexity vs. simplicity.
Hmmm... yes... well... I still have to see that famed simplicity
manifest itself in anything more ambitious than diminutive code
snippets. Where is that full fledged, killer Lua application lurking?
5a. implicit super vs. explicit super.
I was kind of hoping that someone would point out a cunning way to have
it both ways :))
- Yield from everywhere.
Hurray to that!
PA, Onnay Equitursay