Tue Sep 10 13:33:16 CEST 2002
Maybe it will be clearer if it is said that when you are using a behaviour,
you are using code which implements that behaviour - you are not including
From: Bengt Kleberg [mailto:]
> From: Vance Shipley <>
> suggested there were messages being passed between processes. When I
> realized that using a behaviour simply meant that you were including
> code from a standard library into your own I truly understood them.
i think of it as the other way around: when using a behaviour i include my
code (the callback module) in the standard library.
have i misunderstood things (again).
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