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COMPUTER SCIENCE OBJET ORIENTED PROGRAMMING (ANALYSIS AND DESIGN) 1 edition

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"Software development is dynamic and always undergoing major change. The methods and tools will differ significantly from those currently in use. We can anticipate which methods and tools are going to succeed, but we cannot predict the future."

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COMPUTER SCIENCE OBJET ORIENTED PROGRAMMING (ANALYSIS AND DESIGN)

Published 28-09-2008 by ETHIR VELIYEEDU in POLLACHI, TAMILNADU, INDIA .

About the Book

Object-oriented programming has a growing number of converts. Many people believe that object orientation will put a dent in the software crisis. There is a glimmer of hope that object oriented software development will become more like engineering. However, before making this quantum leap, object-oriented methods still have to prove themselves with respect to more established software development paradigms. True, for small tasks the war is over. Object oriented programs are more compact than classic structured programs. It is easier to whip them together using powerful class libraries. Inheritance allows “differential programming”, the modification in a descendant class of what is wrong with a parent class, while inheriting all of its good stuff. User interfaces, which are often sizable fractions of small systems, can be put together easily from object-oriented libraries.

First Sentence

Software development is dynamic and always undergoing major change. The methods and tools will differ significantly from those currently in use. We can anticipate which methods and tools are going to succeed, but we cannot predict the future.

Table of Contents

1 OBJECT ORIENTED CONCEPTS 1
2 OBJECT ORIENTED DESIGN 38
3 METHODOLOGIES 47
4 FRAMEWORKS 55
5 STATIC AND DYNAMIC MODELING 65
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Edition Notes

Good

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Number of pages
154
Dimensions
DEMMY
Weight
100 gm

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL23407269M
ISBN 10
819072887
ISBN 13
9788190729871

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