An Introduction to Object-oriented Programming

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Addison-Wesley, 1997 - Computers - 452 pages
This is a general introduction to object-oriented programming, written specifically for the academic market. Principles are covered in a language-independent manner and illustrated by examples from six different languages, including C++ and Java. The book covers advanced topics, including design patterns, application frameworks and the techniques used in the implementation of object-oriented languages.

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Thinking ObjectOriented
ObjectOriented Design
Classes and Methods

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Timothy A. Budd is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Oregon State University. Budd received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from Western Washington University, and his masters and doctorate degrees in computer science from Yale University. His research interests include multi-paradigm programming languages, programming environments, compiler implementation and optimization techniques.


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