Dave Bass wrote:

> phlip wrote:

>> All system-level engines are written in C, not C++.
>> ...
>> It compiles for everything from wristwatches to Mars Rovers.
> 
> This is because object-orientation is unnecessary. Any job you can do 
> with it, you can do without it.

Of course. The C source to Ruby has no OO. It just has lots of functions that 
strictly apply to structures that might be of base or derived types, using 
function pointers to override things.

Nope. No OO there!

-- 
   Phlip