nick at zork.net
Sat Mar 24 13:37:18 EST 2001
begin Glyph Lefkowitz quotation:
> I intentionally avoided the pre/post action rules in favor of verbs
> because they're harder to make sense of in a "real" programming
> language; inform's object system was weak in some ways and I felt
> that was one of them.
Right, I see now. You'd much rather just have the verbs
implemented in the abstract class direct object, and overload them as
necessary. Yeah, using a real object system can help.
You are not entitled to your opinions.
01234567 <- The amazing indent-o-meter!
^ Matt McIrvin: the Nikola Tesla of tab damage.
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