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[REBOL] Re: Object Oriented design

From: rgaither:triad:rr at: 6-Jan-2002 18:19

Hi Patrick,
>Yeah ... but what is it, how can one do ? Wirth book was very practical: you >want to sort? do that or that, you want to build a compiler? see this little >one.
Good, practical OO design books are hard to find. I have several books on C++, Delphi, and Java all of which I find lacking when it comes to "Design" instruction and would really not be much help when applying OOD to REBOL.
>I was just finishing Grady Booch's book "Object Solutions" this evening when
I haven't ever liked Booch's books personally. They seem even less practical than most and hard to follow in my opinion.
>As often in life, solutions were just in front of me : the rebol-listers ! > >So I'm coming to you for a good book about "Object Oriented design".
Here are the OO design books I would recommend - Object-Oriented Software Construction (2nd edition) by Bertrand Meyer ISBN 0-13-629155-4 Design Patterns, Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software by Gamma, Helm, Johnson, Vlissides ISBN 0-201-63361-2 FWIW, Rod. Rod Gaither Oak Ridge, NC - USA [rgaither--triad--rr--com]