Microsoft, 2004 - 334 lappuses
In OBJECT THINKING, esteemed object technologist David West contends that the mindset makes the programmer--not the tools and techniques. Delving into the history, philosophy, and even politics of object-oriented programming, West reveals how the best programmers rely on analysis and conceptualization--on thinking--rather than formal process and methods. Both provocative and pragmatic, this book gives form to what's primarily been an oral tradition among the field's revolutionary thinkers--and it illustrates specific object-behavior practices that you can adopt for true object design and superior results.
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Each has at least one expected behavior that differentiates it from the other . It is
this behavior that causes us to make the distinction . Some ( people who still
believe in data , for example ) would argue that tabbies and tigers are
No response is expected or required . The object is assumed to have made the
appropriate change . ( It's quite possible , of course , for an object to offer
confirmation of an imperative message by returning some specific kind of object ,
but care ...
No return is expected . If the object changed in any way as a result of receiving
the message , the " self " that is returned is the newly constituted self . What
happens when you send a message and get back the wrong object , do not get a
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