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OOP can be simply summed up as 'passing messages to objects'

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This is my 1st year B-tech Seminar topic.Can anyone plaese give me
someone please give me some points for this????

Feb 26 '06 #1
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Vysakh P Pillai wrote:
This is my 1st year B-tech Seminar topic.Can anyone plaese give me
someone please give me some points for this????


What does your textbook on OOP say about this? If you don't have
any textbook, are there any other recommended books your teacher
named for you? Did you try finding those in the library and reading
them?

Also, consider posting general questions on OOP to 'comp.object'.
This newsgroup is _not_ about OOP but rather about C++ _language_.
In C++ OOP is implemented by calling member functions rather than
passing messages.
Feb 26 '06 #2

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"Vysakh P Pillai" writes:
This is my 1st year B-tech Seminar topic.Can anyone plaese give me
someone please give me some points for this????


That's what the internet is for. This group is for short, pithy, and
hopefully, snide or insulting, answers.

Read the preface and/or introduction of your text book.
Wikipedia is your friend. In particular see the section on further reading.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Object-...ed_programming
Feb 26 '06 #3

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osmium wrote:
Read the preface and/or introduction of your text book.
Wikipedia is your friend. In particular see the section on further
reading.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Object-...ed_programming


That says OO programs model the Real World.

So do the introductions to many textbooks. That doesn't make it right.

(It does make for a blazing USENET thread subject!)

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Phlip
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Feb 27 '06 #4

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Vysakh P Pillai wrote:
This is my 1st year B-tech Seminar topic.Can anyone plaese give me
someone please give me some points for this????


Well, I disagree.

There are several aspects to object oriented programming. Do a google
search and see what YOU think.

Ben Pope
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Feb 27 '06 #5

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