Posted: Aug 12, 2010 10:18 pm
by Calilasseia
One idea that drives a tank battalion through the entire OOP paradigm involves defining one "do it all" object, colloquially referred to as the "god object", within a project. If you're going to do this, which effectively circumvents the entire OOP mechanism of separating objects and methods, why bother with OOP at all? Why not just go back to 1960s style BASIC code with global variables and GOTOs?