Talk:Abstraction principle (computer programming)

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Perhaps this article should be deleted[edit]

In its current form, this article about abstraction does not seem to describe abstraction but something similar to the single responsibility principle, Don't repeat yourself, . Another article on abstraction provides a much more accurate description, which applies to the whole field of computer science, including computer programming.

For a more detailed explanation with examples and brief definitions there is a [question in stack exchange] motivated by this article (among other reasons).

trylks (talk) 00:16, 8 October 2015 (UTC)