Posted by Pete McBreen 22 Apr 2021 at 20:51
Not had a chance to read it in detail but one section stood out
Parameterized types, also known as generics (Ada, Eiffel) and templates (C++), enable the definition of a type or class without specifying all the other types it uses. The unspecified types are supplied as parameters at the point of use. Parameterized types provide a third way (in addition to class inheritance and object composition) to com-pose behaviors in object-oriented software.
I would have thought that this updated reference would use more modern languages for the examples. Ada might still be in use, but Eiffel never really caught on, might have been more relevant to use Go, Rust or even Java as examples in this context.