I miss functions that do stuff.

Just a simple logic piece that does the stuff it wants to do. Without classes, objects, interfaces, frameworks or configurations.

I mean, yes, wrapping the functions behind the implementation of an indifferent interface is usually a good call.. As long as it stays simple.
But it rarely does, doesn't it?

  • 2
    Sounds like you need some functional programming
  • 2
    @ganjaman everyone needs functional programming, even if only a little
  • 0
    I'm currently having to write a FP wrapper for a library because that library is built in terms of objects that are basically just XML strings but with more memory consumption. It's killing me slowly.
  • 2
    write clean code and your functions will remain dead simple.
  • 3
    Write your next project in Lisp. Your need for functional programming will be satisfied for years :)
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