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If you need anti-Java ammunition, I've actually ranted a bit on a blog:
I write a new piece when something particularly annoys me in the course
of my work (hence the blog's title). The latest piece is on copyright
but if you go back a little ways (click the discuss link I think to see
old stories), you'll find several pieces comparing and contrasting C++,
Java, Objective C and Smalltalk. Guess which languages come off best.
;-) In particular, Functions vs Messages, Relax its Nothing,
Terminating Loops with Extreme Prejudice, have some good points.
But I don't want to busy this list with this topic any more than this.
On Monday, October 21, 2002, at 03:19 PM, Robin Berjon wrote:
> email@example.com wrote:
>>>> Plus, Java is a good example of how not to do an OO language.
>>> O please, do Elaborate ...
>> Not here. I'll send you a private email.
> Please do copy some of us (at least me=), one never has enough
> arguments in that direction.
> Robin Berjon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Research Engineer, Expway
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