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Classes versus Modules

June 29, 2014

A class is a module n the sense that it is a unit of code reuse, and indeed the only one in many languages.
A module is potentially much more.
A class defines a type.
A module may define a number of types, and interfaces.

The disadvantage: modules are even less composable.

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