Thanks Mark.

Assembly would be quite intensive, but standard C is not an Object Oriented 
Programming language neither - and there are others as well.

The thing about OOP is that Class and Class Inheritance isn’t always obvious 
where “collateral impact” is concerned and although OOP does streamline program 
implementation I wonder if it doesn’t afford introduction of some of these 

I cannot see a realistic possibility of Apple changing to a non-OOP coding 
language, but I think this does help explain why these issues arise after a 
system upgrade.  I just cannot entertain the notion that Apple - nor any 
company - engineers would intentionally or carelessly introduce some of these 
issues.  Correcting such problems is so very expensive!
- Bill from Ino, Wisconsin
- "Always acknowledge a fault. This will throw those in authority off their 
guard and give you an opportunity to commit more."
- US Humorist, Mark Twain (1835 - 1910)

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