You don't like Java/C#. I do. There's not much point arguing about it.
You feel that abstract classes are equivalent to interfaces provided you
have multiple inheritance, I don't since I'm in favor of a totally clean
Now you bring in the Java security model. We could of course discuss
that and I could argue that MI was rejected for other reasons then the
one you mention. But I don't think that's going to lead anywhere.
If you feel that C++ and/or Common Lisp is a better OO language then
Java and C#, then for you it certanly is. For me it's not. Let's just
respect eachothers standpoint and end the discussion here.
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