Monday, October 13, 2014



         Although all areas of object technologies have received significant attention within the software community, no subject has produced more books, more discussion, and more debate than object-oriented programming (OOP).
         The software engineering viewpoint stresses OOA and OOD and considers OOP (coding) an important, but secondary, activity that is an outgrowth of analysis and design.
         The reason for this is simple. As the complexity of systems increases, the design architecture of the end product has a significantly stronger influence on its success than the programming language that has been used. And yet, “language wars” continue to rage.

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