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Object-Oriented Programming Concepts

Posted on 19 May 2002 by Demian Turner

A good primer from Sun
If you’ve never used an object-oriented language before, you need to understand the underlying concepts before you begin writing code. You need to understand what an object is, what a class is, how objects and classes are related, and how objects communicate by using messages. The first few sections of this trail describe the concepts behind object-oriented programming. The last section shows how these concepts translate into code.

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