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Re^5: Perl 6, Object Orientation and Melting Brains

by Mugatu (Monk)
on Mar 29, 2005 at 17:35 UTC ( #443202=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: Perl 6, Object Orientation and Melting Brains
in thread Perl 6, Object Orientation and Melting Brains

Just so you know, BrentDax is explaining polymorphism. That is one aspect of OO programming that many people (and it seems BrentDax is one of those many) think is a killer feature. Personally, while I think polymorphism is very powerful and useful, it is the bundling of data and code (known as encapsulation) that I find more compelling. If you re-read my earlier response in that light, you will notice that's what I'm talking about. Hopefully between these two posts you will begin to understand the fundamentals of OO. :-)
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