Re: All types of Programming related issues.
Aki Laukkanen wrote:
John Ersatznom wrote:
Christopher Benson-Manica wrote:
I'm a man, not vaporware ;-) (The buyMeBeer() method is public and
can work around most any internal bugs, although I'm not unit tested.)
Not much help to me. Seems you're a singleton with a private
constructor and I've never met your factory class let alone accessed
her public interface.
What's a man to do?
Well, showing up well dressed and groomed on the first date and
buying her flowers won't hurt.
Also, you *could* express your desire to "access her pub(l)ic interface"
with a little more delicate phrasing. Most women tend to take offence if
you call their interface public, even if it is. ("Would you like to come
over to my place for coffee and a nice chat?" works wonders in many
cases. "Would you like to dance?" can give you a nice feel of her public
members, too. *wink*)
 No, I do not mean the _clean_ anime T-shirt, I'm talking pressed
trousers and white collars here.
Isn't that only applicable to those really formal occasions where nobody
shows up without at least three layers of indirection and a veritable
cloud of auxiliary classes serving their needs? You know the type, all
hoity-toity in their fancy JDBC getups and sequined all over with EJBs
and gold-plated servlet containers...you know, the upper *business*
class that look down their noses at a mere JavaBean and aspire to hobnob
with the *real* Bank-and-BankAccount set, though they keep getting
nothing but SecurityExceptions...
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