From: Joel (joel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-22 19:45:28
Gennadiy Rozental wrote:
>>You can't implement the same compile-time logic with less keystrokes.
>>It's less capable because our design has a capability that yours
>>doesn't. Not a matter of opinion, just a fact.
> The only fact here is that you are making that statement. Let's take you
> "more-capable" interface and implement solution for simple problem. Let then
> take my interface and implement the solution for the same problem using my
> "less-capable" interface. Let than compare which variant is easier and
> shorter. And that would be *the fact* (it's still matter of
> taste/preference, but I hope we will be able to see it clearly). Until that
> time you statement:
> "You can't implement the same compile-time logic with less keystrokes"
> *is* a matter of opinion and not a fact.
Fair enough. So, please show us your code that "implement the same logic
as with even less keystrokes". But please remember: less keystrokes
doesn't mean better code.
-- Joel de Guzman http://www.boost-consulting.com http://spirit.sf.net
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