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Object Design Style Guide: What inspired you to write this book ?

 
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Dear Sir,

Object oriented programming has been there since old times (do you remember Simula ?) , nevertheless new ideas make their inroads into OOP.

What reasons encourage you to write this book ?

Thanks.
 
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Well, one of the issues for me is that developers write code using classes that is not resulting in object-oriented design at all, even though technically speaking they use objects.
My book doesn't aim to provide OO fundamentals, but establishes a style of OOP that I think will nudge developers in the direction of true object-orientation. In several places the reason for certain style rules is the typical ideal of object-orientation: encapsulation.
 
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Matthias Noback wrote:Well, one of the issues for me is that developers write code using classes that is not resulting in object-oriented design at all, even though technically speaking they use objects.
My book doesn't aim to provide OO fundamentals, but establishes a style of OOP that I think will nudge developers in the direction of true object-orientation. In several places the reason for certain style rules is the typical ideal of object-orientation: encapsulation.



Hi
 Basing on your new Book will it be possible to  summarise to high light the  true improved  method in comparison.with the old Though your
chapter1 explains with FOO class.
Else please help me make a java prg which hass the following classes and meth ods
1) Main class  Flower
2)methoss EnthraPooja2)MantraPooja3)SwaenaPooja4)LingaPooja
3)Attrubutes for each of the above to be mentioned
4)Benefits of each  to be indicated in Text

The prg sample is eclosed as under

As
Belated
CRMK


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