"Glen" <glen_ap / yahoo.com> writes:

> James H. wrote:
>> Doubly, it takes a long time to learn how
>> to think in objects -- something I admit, myself, to just be getting
>> the hang of.
>
> I think there are two flaws in your argument.
>
> 1) Your experience does not set the standard for everyone else.
>
> 2) I assume you started with a language similar to C (or at least
> procedural), and then learned OO. Because it took you a long time to
> fully grasp OO, you think it is best to start with a procedural
> language. ?? Is there no possibility that it took you longer to grasp
> OO *because* you started with a procedural language?
This is definitly a problem for "imperative" programmers. Therefor I
would tend to judge C++ quite negativly. You can write C with a C++
compiler but that does not make for "OO" Programming....

Regards
Friedrich



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