On Tuesday, May 24, 2011, Mike Stephens <rubfor / recitel.net> wrote:
> Michael Sokol wrote in post #999929:
>> the boundary between the two ways of thinking (procedural
>> vs OOP) seem very thin,
>
> I know it's not what you asked, but it's easy to forget that computers
> can't run object-oriented (or functional) code. They can only
> run procedural.
>
Actually, they generally don't run procedural code either, they run
unstructured imperative programs. The procedural model is, like the
functional, object-oriented, and relational models, a higher level
abstraction over what is really going on at the low level.