Hi, Dekart. Thanks for the categorization work you've been doing. Some quick comments, though:
- I've undid this edit as subtyping is a defining characteristic of OOP and probably shouldn't be hidden away in a subcategory with other kinds of polymorphism usually not used in OO languages;
- Regarding Category:Class (computer programming): some of the concept you place there might be applicable to Prototype-based programming languages as well;
- Regarding Category:Object (computer science): the eponymous article Object (computer science) discusses objects in a more general sense than the kind of objects found in OOPLs, so the purpose of the category might be might be misunderstood by others.
Cheers, —Ruud 18:25, 6 November 2012 (UTC)
- Please see my comments there. As a side note, please note that, "forget to answer to one message on talk page" doesn't imply "opted to ignore the community feedback". I found your message on Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Computing somewhat insulting, e.g.: "...did not appear to be collaborative earier. Especially damaging thing...". I hope you don't often handle other editors in such way. Dekart (talk) 15:55, 26 May 2013 (UTC)
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