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Abstraction: The War between solving the problem and a general solution [closed]
As a programmer, I find myself in the dilemma where I want make my program as abstract and as general as possible. Doing so usually would allow me to reuse my code and have a more general solution ...
Dec 31 '10 at 22:15
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