Okay, I've got your "object model" right here. At heart I'm an OS/bare
metal programming type of guy. So this is my definition of an optimum
Objects are based around one data type, the bit. It has two possible
values 0 and 1. You can read the value of the bit, set the value of the
bit to 0 or set the value of the bit to 1. Bit objects can be combined
into heap like structures called "A bunch o bits" Bunches o bits can be
any size from 0 to as big as you can make em before your computer starts
acting funny. Aggregate functions supported by bunches include tossing
more bits onto the bunch and throwing away bits you don't want.
Everything else is just a needless abstraction, a crutch for weak minds
Dave "Yea, C is like portable assembly code, so wheres the problem"