OOP Demystified

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McGraw Hill Professional, Mar 8, 2004 - Computers - 288 pages
Learn object-oriented programming in no time with help from this easy-to-understand guide, ideal for novice and expert programmers alike. Discover why objects are so successful as the model for this type of programming and how objects are classified. Distinguish between how people see the world and how computers “see” it. Learn about attributes and methods, inheritance, polymorphism, real-world and case modeling, object-oriented programming languages, and much more. Each chapter ends with a quiz, culminating in a final exam at the end of the book so you can test your knowledge.

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Contents

Chapter 1 A Look at How We See the World
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Chapter 2 What Is a Class?
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Chapter 3 Encapsulation
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JIM KEOGH (Ridgefield Park, NJ) is a Columbia University Faculty member and teaches Object-oriented programming along with other computer science courses.

MARIO GIANNINI (New York, NY) is the chair of the programming track at Columbia University and has written several computer technology books for Prentice-Hall.

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