Friday, November 19, 2010

"OOPness" in Java

Optimisation in my code has led me to a code refactoring, where several methods with return values became one. Since I could not use "pass by reference" feature for all my parameters (primitives and objects as collections) I had to come up with an inner class for holding all return parameters.

So by not supporting "pass by reference" feature Java makes your code even more OOP-ish. Even though the topic can be well known, this article helps to put things together and make a memory refresh.

No comments: