Jeff Wood wrote:

> ---QUOTE---
> 
>    Classes are open: in Ruby, you can always add methods, attributes,
> etc. to existing classes. For example, you can add an encrypt() method
> to the String class. Isn't this dangerous? What if someone changes the
> logic of + for math expressions. No, because if one of your
> programmers overrides methods that breaks things - you take them out
> in the parking lot and beat them with a rubber hose! The language
> shouldn't prohibit us from doing powerful things.
> 
> ---END QUOTE---

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