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Re: Re: [linux-india-programmers] C++ question

On Fri, 7 Jul 2000, Rohit Singh wrote:

> By having primitive types, a language does not become non-object
> oriented. 
> Java's types are the primitive types and reference types. Java provides
> us with wrapper class to wrap all primitive types. 

I never claimed it made Java non object oriented (RTFMail.... :-))). I
just said that when java claims that it is *more* OO than C++, one must
remember this fact!

> Java is a general-purpose, concurrent, class-based, object-oriented
> language.

I personally use and like some elements of Java. However, if that makes me
passive to what clearly are serious programmatic issues in Java, then I
would be foolish.


p.s. a comment I heard at a Infosys seminar went "Java is write once,
debug everywhere".

	All flames to /dev/null - that was a joke dammit!

   Madhu M Kurup /* Nemo Me Impune Lacessit */ madhu@xxxxxxxxxxx