Glen Mazza wrote:

> Not to belabor the point, but all of the above is
> business logic, which can be supported by either
> model.  A computer program is deterministic--that
> coded decision to send half to P and half to Q
> (instead of B) based on various coded circumstances
> can be placed within the manager or within A.

If I'm going to give up encapsulation or Separation of Concerns, or whatever
you want to call it, what do I get in return? I give up reusability,
simplicity, and the ability to divide-and-conquer. What benefit can you show
for this cost?

Victor Mote

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