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sid123



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this whole thing is just 0 and 1, and we just need to come up with something totally new, that based on our illusion matrix physical world processes,

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Post 05 Jun 2014, 00:20
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nyrtzi



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JoeCoder1 wrote:
You don't need OO for data structures, you need a language that supports abstract data types. Abstract data types existed decades before OO.


I was going to say that OO is not needed for generic functions or type-based overriding of functions either but then you'd need a replacement for the inheritance hierarcies to specify subtypes and if this is OO or not depends on the definition.

I've been looking around for a single simple, exact, final and reliable definition of what OO is but I haven't been able to find one. Therefore the question is once again "what is OO exactly"? Perhaps this should go in a new thread unless I find an old one dealing with the topic.
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how about Go Lang,
http://golang.org/

the Go Programming language,

i am thinking this is the future language,

a language for logic,

then another language for GUI

Profiling Golang
https://medium.com/code-adventures/profiling-golang-851db2d9ae24
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TmX



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sleepsleep wrote:
how about Go Lang,
http://golang.org/


Go is an interesting language for those who want an "improved C", but without the complexities of C++.

Now I'm learning web app programming with Go, using the Revel web framework.
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i think you guys would love this one,

one script to go build every platform =)

http://dave.cheney.net/2012/09/08/an-introduction-to-cross-compilation-with-go

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go-crosscompile-build darwin/386
go-crosscompile-build darwin/amd64
go-crosscompile-build freebsd/386
go-crosscompile-build freebsd/amd64
go-crosscompile-build linux/386
go-crosscompile-build linux/amd64
go-crosscompile-build linux/arm
go-crosscompile-build windows/386
go-crosscompile-build windows/amd64
Post 05 Aug 2014, 19:48
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