RFC 159, by Nathan Wiger: True Polymorphic Objects

Proposed on 25 August 2000, frozen on 16 September 2000 On polymorphism RFC159 introduces the concept of true polymorphic object. Objects that can morph into numbers, strings, booleans and much more on-demand. As such, objects can be freely passed around and manipulated without having to care what they contain (or even that they’re objects). WhenContinue reading “RFC 159, by Nathan Wiger: True Polymorphic Objects”