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From: Paolo Donadeo <p.donadeo@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] "OCaml gives you only monomorphic methods in classes."
> This begs a question for me: have people used this functionality in their
> OCaml code?

I use OOP heavily, along with the other more functional features of
the language.

In my opinion the object oriented support offered by OCaml is
excellent and largely undervalued, probably because people using OCaml
have probably never programmed in Java ;-)

In OCaml I have the chance to choice the granularity and the paradigm
which best fits the particular problem I'm confronting with and *this*
is great.


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                                            Paolo


Paolo Donadeo, Senior Software Engineer
Studio Associato 4Sigma
Email: p.donadeo@4sigma.it
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