M Bryan wrote:The next question i have is more in the direction of concepts of functional programming, where i don't know how to proceed since i have a Java background...
M Bryan wrote:But do people with an imperative background get used to functional programming?
M Bryan wrote: Where does item come from?
M Bryan wrote:...because in school and university Java is tought first, they had problems getting used to the [functional] way of thinking
M Bryan wrote:When switching a programming language, i expect faster programs or faster development.
M Bryan wrote:I can't tell if Clojure programs are much faster than Java programs
M Bryan wrote:it is very difficult for me to program in Clojure
M Bryan wrote:In what language do you think can one faster program, if he knows both, imperativ and functional programing?
M Bryan wrote:I am interested in the constructing a full OO abstraction in 40 lines. Do you know any articles with examples?
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