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Downward Control && unix
Posted by http://www.javawoW.C. on 17 Apr 1998, 2:08 AM
The use of flags usually turns my member fuctions into less cohesive
functions. I find it appealing to have control passed downward and
I believe that the loss of control of member fuctions can be avoided
if the low cohesive fuction is looked upon as an encapsulated block.
Will Someone Respond to the Statment that control should usually be
passed upward, an example would be nice.
Also it should be pointed out that most unix commands would then have
to be classed as cohesivly minmilistic!