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The World as Seen by an ‘Object-Oriented’ Programmer [Comic]
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Is there not a Universal Unique Identifier required on the names listed- they seem much too short!
Just because you label things in Camel doesn’t mean it’s OO.
Accurate, mostly… but ‘Camel notation’ uses a lower-case first letter.
As in… ‘camelNotation’
1…and anyway… where’s your constructor?!
@Nick I guess you missed the fact that common OO classes end in Singleton, Manager, Interface, etc. And that’s not camelCase, I think it’s referred to as TitleCase.
I’m missing a Feline Unit!
Although advertised as having “billions and billions” of possible configurations, in reality a Rubik’s Cube actually has a staggering 43.25 quintillion potential configurations.
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