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I used to work with procedural languages. C# is all about types. The procedures are secondary to typology. Why???? What do you think was in the minds of those who invented C# ??????? What do they want nincompoops like me to get out of this ??? I love the language yet it keeps slipping away from me each time I think I got the handle on it .....
Can one of you geniuses out there enlighten me ???????
........ Ssam !!!!!!

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It's object oriented, not procedural. Different paradigm, works better in many cases, works worse in others. Objects are the logical organization unit, rather than their methods/procedures.

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when i started wih curly bracket languages(java specifically) i used it in a procedural way only. and even after i gain a full understanding of classes i still only use classes where more convenient. not that what i do is right. in fact i am sure that it is wrong. but procedural is so much easier and obvious.

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Procedural is easier and obvious until your design scales. Then it's a mess. Not to say OO isn't, but OO tends to be easier to keep clean.

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C# is a slap at Sun's Java, and like Java is Object Oriented. If you want one language that handles procedural and OO, you could take a quick look at Python or Ruby scripting.

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I used to work with procedural languages. C# is all about types. The procedures are secondary to typology. Why???? What do you think was in the minds of those who invented C# ??????? What do they want nincompoops like me to get out of this ??? I love the language yet it keeps slipping away from me each time I think I got the handle on it .....
Can one of you geniuses out there enlighten me ???????
........ Ssam !!!!!!

With typology do you mean lots of typing on the keyboard?

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With typology do you mean lots of typing on the keyboard?

I'm sure he was referring to the abundance of object types and their relationships to each other. :icon_wink:

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