Re: more politics
>>>>> "Dare" == Dare Obasanjo <dareo@m...> writes: >> "side effect" has a well defined meaning in computer science. >> It refers to the client, not to the server. Dare> I haven't really come across the term "side effect" in the Dare> realm of distributed computing so I'd be curious as to a Dare> pointer to where this is well defined. However I do know Dare> that idempotent operations are well defined. I infer you have come accross it in nondistributed computing then. I fail to see what difference distributed computing adds to non-distributed computing so that definitions suddenly have a different meaning. More over, for any call, it is irrelevant where it is executed (as long as the (implicit) context is retained). Ever heard of DCOM? <grin> -- Regards, Berend. (-:
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