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What are top-down and bottom-up approach in C++ design?

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What are top-down and bottom-up approach in C++ design? How do you
usually use them?

Oct 29 '05 #1
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Top-Down or Bottom-Up design are not related specifically to C++.
C++ is a programming language, not design lanuage.

You can implement design in c++, pascal, java etc.

anyway, you sould try google before asking such questions here.

Oct 29 '05 #2

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"aling" writes:
What are top-down and bottom-up approach in C++ design? How do you
usually use them?


Here is a fairly good description.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Top-dow...ttom-up_design

I do it both ways, I couldn't really explain why or how I choose one or the
other. If it is something where I have absolutely no prior knowledge, I
think it is necessary to do a least a bit of top down thinking first.
Oct 29 '05 #3

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