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On 30.12.2003, at 01:13, Prachi Gauriar wrote:On Dec 29, 2003, at 3:03 PM, Greg Parker wrote:Some common requests for new features:While this is commonly requested, is it necessary?
1. Namespaces for classes, as seen in C++ and Java
Of course it is not necessary. But like variable scoping in blocks it is quite useful in practice and leads to better class names.
Example: instead of using
Looks way better to me. Of course this is just a "visual" thing - just like [a setObject:b forKey:c] looks better than a.setObjectForKey(b,c).
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