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OOP, Syntax And Keywords

Some articles that I read about OOP give me a feeling that the dark side arguments are mostly based on the syntax and keywords of the programming languages. The pros and cons of various languages like C++, Java, Lisp creep in while discussing it. Because of this OOP comes out as a rigid set of todos, that in fact have been imposed because of the language. [Continue]

OOP In Procedural Programming

In my recent training sessions on OOP I kept on stressing that it is more about the concept rather than the multitude of keywords like class, object or interface. Essentially, these concepts can be applied even in a procedural programming language, or a language that does not support OOP through constructs and keywords and enjoy its advantages. Tim Berners Lee pointed to the document Drupal Programming from an Object Oriented Perspective. [Continue]

Stable Abstractions Principle

Stable Abstractions Principle (SAP) can be considered to be a corollary of the Stable Dependencies Principle (SDP), which said that packages should depend only on more stable packages. The stability metrics showed that packages were instable if its classes depended on classes in another package. Applying the class design principles, especially the Dependency Inversion Principle (DIP), flexibility is built into a design by introducing abstract classes. [Continue]

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