On Wed, 25 May 2005, Brian Foster wrote:
> p.s. Paul's other suggestions seem spot on, except
> data structuring should not be an afterthought;
Amen to that.
All this talk of what language is better appears to be missing that
how you structure data is the most important aspect.
The language is really only relevant to the extent it limits ability
to structure data. (And once you've done that, to extent it makes it
easy to transform it, how you associate 'methods' with data is again
far more important than how one actually implements the details of a
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