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    well, in the end I don’t care whether I code procedural, object-oriented or functional. as long as the code does what it should and satifies my requirements.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dormilich View Post
    well, in the end I don’t care whether I code procedural, object-oriented or functional. as long as the code does what it should and satifies my requirements.
    Exactly right. Input > do stuffs > output. So long as input gets to output and output is what you want then how you get there is really quite irrelevant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fou-Lu View Post
    1. Collect Underpants
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    in Japan that would work.
    1. Collect used female Underpants
    2. label with price
    3. Profit!
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    <==== Thinks OOP in PHP is over rated.
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