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Object-oriented programming is an approach to thinking about computation and problem solving. Timothy Budd lays out the principles of object-oriented programming, illustrating these principles in a language independent manner. You will discover the basic concepts of object-oriented programming as well as the principles of designing by responsibility and encapsulation. Features *Explains the terminology of object-oriented programming. *Discusses recent changes and additions to C++, such as templates, name spaces, booleans, strings, run-time typing, and the standard library. *Presents case studies in the programming language Java, illustrating differences between Java and C++. *Covers advanced topics such as metaclasses, delegation, design patterns, application frameworks, and techniques used in the implementation of object-oriented languages. *Includes case studies of object-oriented applications illustrating important ideas and comparing the various features of different languages. Complete source code is provided in the appendices. 0201824191B04062001
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