Originally posted by Stan James:
I keep thinking there has to be something not OO to interface with anything outside the language.
Originally posted by Raghava N.:
I have one small Doubt in Java
Is Java a 100% Practically a Object Oriented Language.
Few of my collegue Who are working in Microsoft Platform (. Net)
tell that Java is not a Complete(100%) Object oriented Language from Practical View.
Whereas they Say C-Sharp is a Complete OOPS language.
What whould the difference b/w the Two
There is a logical error here, I think. If everything interfacing with non-OO had to be "impure", everything interfacing *with that* would have to be impure, too - so via induction it would follow that the whole system would have to be impure.
Originally posted by Mark Van Tuyl:
I think the point that the C# crowd is trying to make is that while Java has non-object primitives C# doesn't.