A Quick Comment on Object Oriented Programming

Ok, here is a quick comment on Object Oriented Programming, to finally put to rest the complicated ways it has been taught, 20 years too late and 7 years after I first thought I should make it.

A printing press is not built from books. That would just look silly and not work very well. It consists of specialized parts that are used to operate on books. Then why are programmers that build virtual printing presses insisting on adding a Book class to the machine? The things the machine operate on has nothing to do with the parts it is assembled from. And this is equally true for both physical and virtual machines.

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