A mini-text or supplement for any Object-Oriented Programming or Concepts of Programming Languages course.Based on the premise that there is much needless confusion about Object-Oriented Programming, this "mini-text" offers a very simple, clear explanation of the truly fundamental issues in OOP that can be read by any programmer. It starts from a simple programming base - independent of C, C++, and Pascal - and builds on this base to unfold the essence of OOP.
- Limba : Engleza
- Cuprins :
2.1 Mini-language Type. 2.2 The Meaning of Type. 2.3 Primitive Types. 2.4 Composite Types. 2.5 Type Checking. Further Reading and Exercises.
3. Definition of New Types.
3.1 Mini-language Typedef. 3.2 Type Definitions. 3.3 User-defined Operators. 3.4 A Note on Pascal. Further Reading and Exercises.
4. Packages and Modules.
4.1 Mini-language Modules. 4.2 Packages and Modules. 4.3 Encapsulation and Abstraction. 4.4 Information Hiding. 4.5 Separate Compilation. 4.6 Modula-2 and Ada. Further Reading and Exercises.
5. Objects and Abstract Data Types.
5.1 Mini-language Objects. 5.2 Full Objects. 5.3 Abstract Data Types. 5.4 Turbo Pascal. Further Reading and Exercises.
6.1 Mini-language Classes. 6.2 More on Objects. 6.3 Smalltalk and Eiffel. Further Reading and Exercises.
7.1 Mini-Language Inherit. 7.2 Inherit
- Data Publicarii : 1996
- Editie : 1
- Format : Paperback
- Numar pagini : 224
- ISBN : 9780133963427