It slowly dawns on me why people actually like Java. It is not the efficiency. And also not the elegance. Or readability.
No, it is "Die Freude am Fahren" (normally the BMW motto), i.e. the joy to really express oneself, best without pretending to have any agenda. And to do this as often and noisiest as possible:
Now, repeat the above for 15 more fields. Just for your exercise. Better than working out, right?
I am sure this must be a binding experience if finally you blindingly bind
What is then the trick to regain sanity after a day of programming? Play a round of Warcraft?
Or watch another episode of The Smurfs?
And since we already bind here, recently I boundled over a bound entry worth bounding:
And sure, it is much more fun to write
than letting the object just go out of scope.
And it definitely justifies to buy another 21'' screeeeeeen. Better two, just one to keep JavaDoc open.