Title: How to Design and Code Object-Oriented Programs
|Date:||January 9, 2014|
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For both OO and procedural programs you need to insure that you satisfy the client's REQUIREMENTS.
You are designing an automated solution to a problem. Understand the problem. We all want Quality in our programs. The definition of quality is elusive. However there is general agreement that it always means SATISFYING THE USER'S REQUIREMENTS...
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However there is general agreement that it always means SATISFYING THE USER'S REQUIREMENTS.
Once you think that you understand the requirements, for procedural programs a good and simple approach is to determine the required OUTPUT first. Then determine what INPUTS you have to work with. Finally come up with what "PROCESS" (algorithm) you will employ to produce the output from the inputs...
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