I’ve learned a bit about Oriented Object Programming a while ago, but strangely in all the languages i use i’m still using linear programming, and that is, even in Gmod10.
If the language use Objects and classes, i can reasonably use the existing ones, but for example am unable to find reasons why i should create new ones. I do write a lot of what i call “helper functions” wich acomplish common tasks and, in general, avoid me to rewrite the same piece of code twice.
Would a lua guru or two care to show me one or two brief examples of code where on one side they used linear programming and on the other they used OOP and why they thing it’s better.
I tend to have a very practical aproach to learning languages and usually can’t learn something without being confronted to a specific problem, in the case of creating new classes, i never found a practical use to it.