TPersistent.com – What I always fail to understand is why developers (especially Delphi devs), tend to write programs using datasets with the normal RAD approach when all the benefits of Object Oriented Programming (OOP) are lost by doing so. Datasets were used back when I wrote Clipper programs in 1992. Clipper was not object oriented, so it’s like stepping back in time, and ignoring all the benefits that OOP has demonstrated over procedural programming. When I was first learning OOP, I was taught “there are three pieces of PIE” where the acronym PIE stood for Polymorhpism, Inheritance, and ...
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