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Thu Aug 31 12:12:49 PDT 2006
"Sard" <sardaukary at yahoo.co.uk> wrote in message
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> After learning some C++ and finding too much strange behaviour I stumbled
> upon D and am doing my best to learn it too.
> Is there a D forum somewhere that can be easily searched?
There is a forum on www.dsource.org, but it's not very big at all.
> Why are you using the newsgroup format.
I ask myself the same question almost daily. You can, however, search the
newsgroup archives on www.digitalmars.com with google - they're not entirely
up-to-date, but they're pretty close.
> The question I have is does D use early binding by default like C++, or
> late binding like Java (which makes more sense)?
I'm about 85% sure it uses early binding, since it's a statically compiled
program (i.e. classes are not loaded at runtime like in Java). I agree that
a late-bound architecture would certainly be more flexible, but I'm not sure
what performance and design impacts it would have on the internals of the
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