Microsoft Press, 2004. gada 11. febr. - 368 lappuses
In OBJECT THINKING, esteemed object technologist David West contends that the mindset makes the programmernot 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 conceptualizationon thinkingrather than formal process and methods. Both provocative and pragmatic, this book gives form to whats primarily been an oral tradition among the fields revolutionary thinkersand it illustrates specific object-behavior practices that you can adopt for true object design and superior results.
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Languages such as C++ and Java require significant programmer discipline if they are to be used to create true objects and object applications.
Nor does the popularity of Java. Nor does the de facto standardization of object modeling embodied in UML. A prediction made by T. Rentsch (cited by Grady ...
... easily and elegantly made in one language (Smalltalk or Lisp, perhaps) are cumbersome and verbose when translated into another (C++ or Java, perhaps).
Lines of code per method: average of fewer than seven for Smalltalk (15 for languages such as C++ and Java). □ Percentage of methods requiring inline ...
Therefore, wouldn't an object-oriented language such as Java represent a very different kind of computer? If we think in Java, don't we think like ...
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