On Tuesday 14 March 2006 16:44, Jim Fulton wrote:
> I stand by my argument that indirection and abstraction are bad.  Of
> course, they are often also good.  They should be used when the good
> significantly outweighs the bad.
> Too often though, people don't realize that indirection and abstraction
> have an inherent cost and use them when the benefit doesn't outweigh the
> cost.

He he. :-) Was this a Jim brain teaser? :-)

Stephan Richter
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