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Submitted: Jan 11 2014 / 17:31

I'm assuming "simulation" means something with lots of moving, nested actors, like a battlefield where there are vehicles containing soldiers who are carrying weapons, and even the vehicle itself has wheels and different parts that can be damaged independently and so on. The functional approach looks to be a brain-teaser. If I'm deep down inside the code for a tank, and I need to change a value in another object, how do I do that? Does the state of the world have to get passed in and out of every function? Who would do this?
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