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A TOC page for object oriented programming. See also pages for specific object oriented languages, including:




Two encouraging things for me:

  • I'm starting to get a glimmer of understanding about patterns, and I'll use the simplest pattern I've found so far to continue building that understanding (or at least collecting notes) — see OopPatternIterator — an iterator pattern is just a pattern (I'll attempt a definition on the cited page) that iterates over each individual item of some larger construct, like an array, hash, database, whatever.
  • I've seen at least one article (finally) that admits Object Oriented Programming is not the silver bullet. _Maybe I read the wrong
sources, maybe I would see the the same admission multiple times if I read the right documents — maybe, much as I hate the thought, I should work my way through some real textbooks on the subject. Nah, that's pretty drastic — it seems like the slow way to learn, unless maybe I'd find one 100% up-to-date textbook that covered the subject from all angles (including debunking the hype)._

List of OOP Pages

To add additional pages on object oriented programming , simply create a new page using a name prefixed with "Oop"...

Note: The following list might not include all pages related to object oriented programming because it searches only for pages with a prefix of Oop.

  • Page Title: Summary

  • OopDesignPattern: I don`t know if design patterns are considered strictly an object oriented thing, if they are, I think that`s overly restrictive (or I`m missing the point). My attempt...

  • OopLinks: Content incorporated in OopResources. This page can be deleted after the next Google index?? When I do delete the page, I should move the following to a page like...

  • OopPatternFactoryMethod: Notes and resources on the Factory Method pattern. IIUC, the main benefit of the Factory Method pattern is producing `arbitrary` (?) objects at run time. See AboutThesePages...

  • OopResources: Resources for object oriented programming in general. See also pages for specific object oriented languages, like: C Programming Language See: About...


  • () RandyKramer - 21 May 2003
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