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Thread: Implementing OOP features in C
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Tomás Ó hÉilidhe wrote:
> The concept of class and object transcend any one programming
> language.

But they can also have different names.  In some languages it wouldn't be
wrong to say "type" instead of "class", for example.

> I should get a handle on
> these concepts instead of spending your time saving face with
> uniformed responses such as "that's a moot point".

That's really arrogant for someone that has asked a lot of stupid questions
here lately.  Vitali's first language isn't english, although he does quite
well with it.  A better response might have been "whatever", which basically
says, "Look, this is immaterial to the larger point at hand.  You may be
right, but it really doesn't matter.  It would be nice if you stopped
wasting time and derailing the thread with nitpicks so we can discuss the
main point.".

Once you've earned some respect and trust here and have added useful
content, you get to occasionally nitpick about something, but you're
currently negative in that category.

Let it be already.

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