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comment Why does Java compiler decide whether you can call a method based on the “reference” type and not on actual “object” type?
@Lesstat you're right about type inference. What I really wanted to say, is that you answer this question from a technical point of view (difficulty to determine the class) while I think it's more the consequence of the choice of "static typing" of Java.
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comment Why does Java compiler decide whether you can call a method based on the “reference” type and not on actual “object” type?
With type inference, as in Scala for example, this would be possible (as long as you don't tell the compiler that what you are expecting is a A)
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answered Why does Java compiler decide whether you can call a method based on the “reference” type and not on actual “object” type?
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comment Is Rule 9 of Object Calisthenics applicable in Objective C?
@AmoghTalpallikar : no, this isn't
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answered Is Rule 9 of Object Calisthenics applicable in Objective C?
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comment How do you know you're writing good code?
@Jeff O, thanks, I rephrased it
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comment Inheritance vs mixins in dynamic languages?
+1 , my favorite example of "something useful across multiple objects or class hierarchies" in Ruby is Enumerable module : ruby-doc.org/core-1.9.3/Enumerable.html
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answered Are there any language agnostic unit testing frameworks?
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comment What is block level design in context of mobile application?
was it mobile native application or mobile web application ?