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What does actually means by "Deadly Diamond of Dead". Although i find it in a programming language but i am concerned about it's literal meaning. Is it some slang?

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Isn't it supposed to be "Deadly Diamond of death"?

As you mentioned, you understood what it means when it refers to what it's supposed to mean.

Deadly features of dead - refers to the features of dead (may be person or anything, depending on context) that are deadly.

Deadly diamond of dead - refers to the diamond of dead (may be a person or anything depending on context) that are deadly.

Well, "deadly diamond of death" is a name of "multiple inheritance issue" in OOP, or may be in all languages where class is supported. Anyways, I am not into computer programming anymore and hence I forgot all, can't be more specific about it. But my point is, it's a name and like all name we shouldn't seek the literal meaning for they might not lead to the concept or something/someone they refers to.

Say for example, in India Puja is a very common name of a female, but the literal meaning of "puja" is worship of god.

  • @ Man_from_India: I like the example. It reminds me of someone special. :) – user5583 Apr 8 '14 at 2:16
  • @Mr.Pandey This is a public place, and so please keep your special in your special ;) – Man_From_India Apr 8 '14 at 2:18
  • @ Man_from_India: Sorry about that although it was just jokes apart. – user5583 Apr 8 '14 at 2:21
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    @Mr.Pandey No need of sorry. It was just a casual aside ;) – Man_From_India Apr 8 '14 at 2:26

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