Object-Oriented Design

I know the focus of the module Object-Oriented Design isn’t the code/implementation per se, but rather the concepts, but sometimes we want to try stuff out, change, see effects and so on, and I don’t understand why they would only provide Java and Python implementations and put the module under C++. Why not C++ Implementations as well? I am here only for C++, basically, since everything else out there is already about Java and Python and this sucks.
Of course one could rewrite eeeevveeerythiiinng in C++ and then do his tests, but it shouldn’t have to be this way.
I am often disappointed about how much focus people put on Java and Python and not so much on C++. A real C++ Dev will stand for C++ as much as a Python Dev would for his slowy snake stuff.

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