DISCUSSION: Dynamic shared library loading
A new article entry has been added:
Dynamic shared library loading
I only got as far as the second paragraph there before seeing something I think is a wrong enough direction that it deserves correction:
I know it may be hard to think of an example that is realistic while still being simple enough to work through. But this choice of example gets the whole article off to a bad start.
Edit: Now I read the whole page there. That paragraph I complained about just distracts the reader and may cause some readers to go away before reading the useful parts. It doesn't really introduce what follows.
I don't think you even need that kind of ("what is it for") introduction to what follows. The example stands better alone without the lame introduction. If you do need an introduction, it should be a more reasonable one.
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