Smelly Pooh <plop at redbrick.dcu.ie> wrote:
In reply to Noel Carroll's flatulent wordings,
> For instance, deriving a class from the ifstream and a field parsing class
> will give you the ability to read in a file and parse it from your derived
> class. Its more awkward doing this using stdio and you have to come out of
> the modular class structure to do that.
That's bad OO practice, difference between is a/has a type relationships.
Indeed it is! Mental note: Must make effort to think after 5:30 as I'm
heading out the door :)
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