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OOP with C#

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Hello to all the oop guru out there...

I've been doing SOME programming in VB 6, and C# and Java..
I know well enough of C# and Java to get the job done.
I was able to bounce back and forth depending on situations.

But I am having some difficulties with grasping OOP(Object Oriented
Programming).

When I take a look at my codes(both in C# and Java), I am embarrassed that
my coding reflects my old habit in VB6.

I've read a couple of books about OOP, but don't know why I am still
struggling.
I just can't use examples in the books in the real world.

If anyone out there know any resources(except book,please!), could you share
your resources
with me - something I can read and use it as my guideline....

Thanks in advance!

Nov 15 '05 #1
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I have some C# videos at http://www.vtmag.com covering OOP.

Thanks,
Wade Beasley
www.vtmag.com

"Sejoon Park" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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Hello to all the oop guru out there...

I've been doing SOME programming in VB 6, and C# and Java..
I know well enough of C# and Java to get the job done.
I was able to bounce back and forth depending on situations.

But I am having some difficulties with grasping OOP(Object Oriented
Programming).

When I take a look at my codes(both in C# and Java), I am embarrassed that my coding reflects my old habit in VB6.

I've read a couple of books about OOP, but don't know why I am still
struggling.
I just can't use examples in the books in the real world.

If anyone out there know any resources(except book,please!), could you share your resources
with me - something I can read and use it as my guideline....

Thanks in advance!

Nov 15 '05 #2

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The best way to teach yourself oop programming in your case is to study open
source C# projects on the internet. Forget about books. Just the Sourcecode
and the MSDN will do. Once you start feeling comfortable to the oop coding
patterns than start reading books again :)

"Sejoon Park" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:eX**************@TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...
Hello to all the oop guru out there...

I've been doing SOME programming in VB 6, and C# and Java..
I know well enough of C# and Java to get the job done.
I was able to bounce back and forth depending on situations.

But I am having some difficulties with grasping OOP(Object Oriented
Programming).

When I take a look at my codes(both in C# and Java), I am embarrassed that my coding reflects my old habit in VB6.

I've read a couple of books about OOP, but don't know why I am still
struggling.
I just can't use examples in the books in the real world.

If anyone out there know any resources(except book,please!), could you share your resources
with me - something I can read and use it as my guideline....

Thanks in advance!

Nov 15 '05 #3

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Sejoon...

http://www.geocities.com/jeff_louie/oop.htm

Regards,
Jeff

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Nov 15 '05 #4

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Jeff,

Your article seems very interesting...
Thank you very much!
"Jeff Louie" <je********@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Sejoon...

http://www.geocities.com/jeff_louie/oop.htm

Regards,
Jeff

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