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    Object Oriented Programming Tutorial

    Hi, firstly I'd like to explain that I put this post in GCC because it is not a tutorial, but is a question as to whether members feel they could benefit from a proposed tutorial.

    I was thinking of writing a tutorial on object oriented programming, but obviously that subject is too large (and I don't have enough knowledge to cover it in a general fashion) so I was going to discuss a specific technique which I find quite interesting. Using objects to create list models.

    I was going to do this by using the example of a high score list that I created for a game, and use java as an example language (but obviously it's not the language, but the concept that I am wishing to convey).

    I just wanted to get some sort of idea if anyone here would be interested in something like that (although I would probably write the tut anyway). If I get enough response, it'll increase the likelihood of me writing it.

    Thanks,
    ac

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    Hi

    Me interested

    So in that tutorial you will just cover the process of creation of List Models (i am still not sure what that tearm means ) ...........and the object oriented concepts that were used in the creation of that List Model.

    So we shouldn't expect a Object Oriented Programming Tutorial rather a How to create List Model Using OOP Tutorial right

    So would you cover the basic OOP concepts First .........or straight away go for the List Model

    --Good Luck--

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    I would attempt to cover some basic OOP concepts I think (obviously I need to think about it a bit more). But I would mainly be focusing on the example of list models (basically what I'm calling a class that holds a list and provides methods for editing the list). I would be assuming that you would get more out of it than just how to create a list using classes.

    ac

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    I would read it but I won't guarantee I would like it :P. Go for it.

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    lol...I will. Don't expect it for a while, though, cause I don't wanna rush it out in one night and get flamed :P

    ac

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    Only advice i would give is to explain the concepts between classes and objects, behaviors, attributes, ect. before getting into any code or examples
    A mind full of questions has no room for answers

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    I'll give some basic oo info, but I'm not planning on making it a beginner's guide to oo. A beginner's guide, no doubt, but not on oo in general.

    ac

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    Umm.. cool idea, just random question.. list model? You mean an interface?

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    tbh, I don't know what the technique's called...I just know how to implement it. If, when I get round to writing the tut, it is indeed called an interface, I'll edit the tut.

    Happy?

    ac

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