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objectives and, therefore, corrupt the structure. This same violation is evident, on a different scale, when programmers devise extremely creative C code to ease the programming task. The severe problem with this freedom is that it unnecessarily complicates code changes, especially by other programmers, but even for the original programmer, none of whom will really understand how the extremely creative code actually does what it does! The concept of function sets each with a cohesive purpose is a reinforcing consideration that guides the ongoing design; it explicitly identifies when the higher objectives have changed. This means that, ideally, function-oriented systems shouldn t need massive overhauls; they get periodic limited overhauls.
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Anchoring structure at the level of the function set, instead of at the level of the entire system, function orientation guides the ongoing design; it explicitly identifies when the higher objectives have changed.
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In function-oriented designing, it is fairly common practical advice that, while inheritance (and, especially, polymorphism) is a very interesting feature of function orientation, composition should be used much more frequently. This is because specializing multiple classes adds up to multiple children; further specialization adds multiple children of the previous ones. This makes a class network unnecessarily complex; multiplication is much better managed by combining one new class with the old ones. Simply put, inheritance should be used only when a function must have changes inserted or when an object must be implicitly replaced. But it is extremely uncommon to hear that there is very strong philosophy behind that advice. Inheritance is another way of saying static adaptation; likewise, polymorphism is another way of saying dynamic adaptation. These are not to be confused with adaptability, which is the greatest benefit of function orientation. At each step, then, the comparison is composition versus adaptation. Basically, in constructing an application, each instance of adaptation depletes adaptability.
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Inheritance and polymorphism are adaptations. In constructing an application, each instance of adaptation depletes adaptability. Inheritance should be used only when a function must have changes inserted or when an object must be implicitly replaced. Multiplication is much better managed by combining one new class with the old ones.
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Philosophy must be practically applicable to be of any real value. The pure philosophy behind the origin of function-oriented software was a desire to study and, therefore, model real-world system behaviors, with an unknown end result. Real-world behaviors include adaptability, which turns out to be a great benefit for everyday business software.
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But business units seldom need to study real-world behaviors; they know their own basic behaviors. They simply need to model their behaviors in their software for it to best serve those behaviors and future behaviors that can be derived from them. Developing models for study incurs more overhead than business units generally need, so the original function orientation philosophy is not fully applicable.
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Pure function-oriented software is designed to study behaviors, with an unknown end result. Business function-oriented software is designed to serve known behaviors.
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A philosophical balance is needed in function-oriented designing, to accommodate any of multiple purposes. This section delineates a dynamic overall strategy, which is a product of idealism meeting reality of developmental purity meeting budgetary efficiency. It has built-in flexibility, which explicitly addresses the competing needs of various development situations. Actually, this explicit strategy is a balance commonly utilized in business software development, but it s just not much mentioned (or maybe even explicitly noticed speaking of studying real-world behaviors). And, of course, any strategy at least implicitly requires continual tuning of the design, through partial redesigning. The main objective of this strategy is the same process for any situation: to identify basically all of the function sets (the overall whats) of the system.
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