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Re: When should objects be used?

Richard G. French (rfrench@wellesley.edu) writes:

> My problem is that so much of the discussion of objects 
> seems abstract that I have a hard time figuring out how to
> translate it to the problems I am trying to solve.

To tell you the truth, I read JD's articles five or six
times and I'm *still* not sure I have a clue. :-(



P.S. Let's just say that object programming is a whole
lot easier than a lot of people might lead you to believe. :-)

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