self-modifying abstractions

Krzysztof Czaja czaja at
Tue Sep 25 14:21:22 CEST 2001


ok, passing by name is one way to go, it is a matter of taste.

Of course I did not mean duplicating.  Your logic may live in one
instance of [logic] connected (locally or globally) to [blah] and
another instance of [logic] connected to [ding].  But maybe
using [logic blah] and [logic ding] could sometimes suit better
(depending on taste).


pix wrote:
> well if you can imagine an abstraction with a lot of complicated logic
> wrapping around some object, but that object could possibly be exchanged
> with other objects to change the behaviour in some interesting way, then
> this becomes handy.
> if you wanted to do this "in the main window" you would have to duplicate
> all of this logic.

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