Hi --

On Sun, 2 Apr 2006, gabriele renzi wrote:

> Daniel Nugent ha scritto:
>
>> And, I would say that this is perfectly acceptable because the number
>> of times you actually NEED multi-methods in Ruby is going to be pretty
>> small.
>
> care to elaborate?
>
> I don't think you're saying that we can't do things withouth multimethods, 
> but just in case, a cpu with only SUBTRACT_AND_BRANCH_IF_NEGATIVE is 
> perfectly fine to do everything, but this does not make it pleasant.

Well, *something* is making Ruby pleasant, so the absence of this
other stuff can't be too big a problem :-)


David

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