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[DotGNU]C# book: OOP versus POP

From: S11001001
Subject: [DotGNU]C# book: OOP versus POP
Date: Mon, 15 Jul 2002 01:12:16 -0500
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Peter Minten wrote (well, not really, but it doesn't matter):
   >>>The book is aimed at beginners in programming, not programmers
   >>>a new language.
   >>Well I really think we lack the resources to teach beginners OO
   >>IMO they're better off learning procedure oriented programming first

Why? Get them to focus on data (i.e., objects) instead of on algorithms.
Small methods. Talk about the data instead of the procedures. High-level
good programming practice and design. La dee da.

Stephen Compall
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