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Fri, 1 May 1998 22:20:28 -0400
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>Using discriminants to serve the role as parameters to constructors
>seems to be inappropriate, unless their values are seen as relevant
>throughout the life of the object.  If they are only affecting the
>initial value of the object, it would seem to be better ...
So you would prefer not to specify the Initial_Color of a Car_Type
along with its Make and Model, but rather take the default color
and then paint it?  Why does that seem to be better?

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