Roedy Green <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Places where multiple outputs would be useful:
1. 2D and 3D co-ordinates, Cartesian to polar.
2. returning a value with a status indicator about how good the value is.
4. division return quotient and remainder.
5. font/colour pair
6. find min, max average of a set.
Yes, but actually I am not aware of a reason,
why not to encapsulate these compounds in a class.
The only argument I remember was ?overhead?.
This breaks down to
- Notational overhead in the source code
This indeed is a problem. Java is too
verbose in several regards already.
But if one really despise this, one might
not have chosen Java in the first place.
- Execution time overhead
One can imagine how an optimizer might
remove nearly all of it, and some
implementations might be good in this regard.
3. categorising routines. Using a separate method for each
category must repeat the binning logic.
I do not understand what this is, but never mind.
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