Henry Wong wrote:
This week, we're delighted to have Deepak Vohra helping to answer questions about the new book
Henry Wong wrote:
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Tim Moores wrote:What should this code do, and what does it do instead?
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:This week, we're delighted to have Marco /quote]
This book though titled to be seriously software. seems
to be showing concern for efficiency and efeffectiveness
hence will bring the person who uses all the laurels !
It is bonanza for the Java forum person My Best Wishes
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Thank you; I like simple books, which I can actually understand
Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar wrote:. . . Hello Marshalji . . .
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Good grief! Thank you. I think that book will make an interesting read Congratulations everybody else.
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.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:CRMK: please explain more, /quote]
Thanks for your response.the first chapter itself clearly pointing the essentials of creating the most important item viz the OBJECTS
and that too the same is being done in way of 37 steps without any flaw/bug in the so made objects,thanks to jsva programming
if i for example try this.it would be a hard task .the author tries to inculcate the all the features of the objects that is why he
calls it primer to star with
thats how my comprehesion made me to write
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