RE: Competing Specifications - A Good or Bad Thing?
I can't think of any examples either that don't blow something up or sink something except two teen-agers and a baby. Simplicity and complexity are perceived qualities, not real without a rule, say related to dependency, frequency, occurrence and depth. Is an unfactored equation complex or simple? Is it simpler when factored? Why? If a complex operation has a simple interface, is the operation simple or complex? I ask because once again, surface simplicity has an attraction that can lead one to the wrong solution. That's as uneliptical as I can say it. So what of aspect-oriented programming? len From: Chiusano Joseph [mailto:chiusano_joseph@b...] And sometimes 2 complex things in combination result in something simple. (It sounded good, though I wish I had a good concrete example...)
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