OOP question....proper way to have 2 objects reference each
bofh at stremler.net
Sat Nov 28 01:34:34 PST 2009
begin quoting Andrew Lentvorski as of Sat, Nov 28, 2009 at 12:45:00AM -0800:
> SJS wrote:
>> How do you instill this visceral understanding, and can it be done in
>> a CS course?
> Oh, you *could*. It's just that I really don't feel like going to jail
> when one student shoots another for screwing up his grade.
Oh, we already have that. It's traditional to assign students to groups
in at least ONE course, and to have all-but-one student in each group
slack off and do as little as possible.
>> Where's your slack time, in case something goes wrong?
> Slack? Slack?! BWHAHAHAHAHAHA! Haven't you heard of "Always Late
> Inventory" ... errr ... "Just In Time Inventory"?
Yah, well, that's my objection to the whole Just In Time Inventory. We
have a storm in the midwest, and major corporations indicate that this
will have negative effects on production... What happened to managing
risks? It's not like storms are uncommon or anything...
> Oh, you kill me, you really do ...
That's me, bringing hysterical humor to your life.
Maybe a resource/strategy game...
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