but on the other hand it's a waste of time on designStudies have shown that between application costs are between 100% up to at least 900% incurred during maintenance. So creating the initial application so it is easier to maintain can have a huge cost savings.
892665 wrote:If you feel it's a waste of your time to do it that way, and you can create software that meets your requirements more quickly and more simply without using OOP, and if you're not working with a team who feel otherwise, then don't use OOP. It was never intended to be a panacea.
it's a waste of time on design (i experience a lot of problems solving simple stuff while putting them into oop style) and obviously a waste of machine resources.