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Does Java Programming book cover OOP in some depth?  RSS feed

 
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I don't see anything about OOP in the table of contents. Do you show this in the examples or in each chapter?
 
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qunfeng wang wrote:I don't see anything about OOP in the table of contents. Do you show this in the examples or in each chapter?


Yes it does cover OOP and there are quite a few chapters on that.
 
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The book provides in-depth coverage of OOP concepts with several appropriate examples. If your question is targeted to "Object-oriented Analysis and Design", then the book does not cover OOAD.
 
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