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comment interview for an internship but I think I may be unprepared
While your point for sure is valid, I think the answer is a bit harsh since OP is obviously a beginner. In my opinion it's more important for beginners to be able to deliver working - but not necessarily good - code.
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answered interview for an internship but I think I may be unprepared
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comment What would you do if your client required you not to use object-oriented programming?
@Ramhound: True, but the author could still earn a bad reputation if he accepts the task and then can't deliver what the client expected.
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comment What would you do if your client required you not to use object-oriented programming?
+1 for "you might just learn something you didn't expect"!, BUT: If the OP doesn't have much experience in functional programming and the client expects a good and cheap solution, it would be rather risky to dive into a new way of solving problems.
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answered How can I get started on my first non-trivially sized Java project?