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Re: Inheritance that can add/remove and new occam?
> What is wrong with David (May) and Henk's approach? The language
> I have played with has ports rather than channels to cope with that.
I didn't realize this! (a frog only sees a fly when it moves in
front of its eyes - (true!)). Could you please elaborate? Oh, one
thing, when can I have it?
> I get the impression that your approach is wrong in the first
> place... no offence... or... I guess you are trying to do
> dynamic stuff, whereas Occam isn't dynamic...
As I have "proved" earlier: occam is more "dynamic" than some people
here like to believe. And no, of course my approach is not wrong:
it's basic Darwinism:-] I live by this, and have to reuse things!
And the old functionality isn't always 100% what I want now,
but I do want the _same_ source files (although modified, with
side-effects into old user, probably bad, but yes, I live by it!)
(I know, Darwinism is debatable!)
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