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Id be interested in reading a comparison. Ive only perused Java, not used it and quite frankly it seemed on such a brief overview to be quite clunky at least in a pedantic way. All the get/set nonsense and the like. I really like the way in perl a sub can metamorphize itself depending on the context and usage. I admit that its implementation is open to serious error if care is not taken, but on the other hand flexibility does have a cost. :-)

As ive said though my experience of Java is minimal to say the least so an overview, maybe written from the point of view of moving from perloo to javaoo would I am sure be very much apreciated by myself and the rest of the non-java using monk community.

In short i look forward to reading it.. /msg me when its done please? :-)

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In reply to Re: Re: Re: Re: Creating objects within objects being strange... by demerphq
in thread Creating objects within objects being strange... by Vuud

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