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Re: OO vs functional programming: what's a suitable newsgroup?

 
 
Stefan Ram
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      03-14-2013
Andy Champ <(E-Mail Removed)> writes:
>This as a discussion doesn't really belong here - can anyone suggest a
>suitable newsgroup? I did look at comp.programming, but it doesn't look
>healthy.


comp.object once was a great newsgroup, but now there are not enough
persons taking part in it anymore for discussions to happen. Since
Alan Kay already stated that you can't do OOP in C++ or Java (but in
Lisp!), maybe we should forget about the idea of programming-language
independent paradigms and just speak of C++ programming, Java
programming, Haskell programming and so on. Programming is all about
the details, and the details are fixed only after a specific language
is chosen. So, if the project uses C++, ask here.

 
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