> Looks sort of like our procedural language, except that instead of
> having a "pool" of functions, functions can be "member functions" of a
> class. In order to do this "all the way", it seems like we will need
> all instances to appear in their parent classes -- Select
> people.average_age() should hit all instances of people, even those
> that have been subclassed into teachers, police, lawyers, etc.
> Ocie Mitchell
Agreed. I meant member functions. But I wouldn't take away the global
pool of functions either. This satisfies my since of OOP.
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