>>>>> "M" == Mathieu Bouchard <matju / sympatico.ca> writes:

M> Actually, Perl has it better, because you can change the class of an
M> object, and you can change the list of superclasses of any class.

 and you forget to say that in this P language array, hash, ... are not
 objects.

 Always easy to change the class when you work with only *one* type.

M> However, this is only a slight advantage, as some other people have
M> demonstrated you can do the same for Ruby using not that many lines of C
M> code.

 You are right, the demonstration was made that a few lines of C can crash
 easily ruby ... (personnaly I just need one line to crash ruby)



Guy Decoux