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comment What do you call an interface with no defining methods used as property setters
In Java I would if (this instanceof ISomeething)
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comment What do you call an interface with no defining methods used as property setters
One clarification that isn't obvious in my post is that i'm doing this in PHP
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comment What do you call an interface with no defining methods used as property setters
Yes, that was it! I think i threw up a bit in my mouth when i figured that one out.. For me, its easier to implement IDoesntDoStandardBehavior for something instead of implementing settings for a bunch of classes that behave normally. This is less intrusive.
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comment Abstract methods vs instance variables for reusable objects
+1 for robustness
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Better encapsulation is a definite advantage to using abstract methods +1
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