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[REBOL] Re: Object Oriented design

From: sunandadh:aol at: 6-Jan-2002 18:13

Hi Patrick,
> I don't know how to program anymore (did I before ?) because I'm very > confused about Object Oriented design. When I started with computer, my > reference book was "Algorithms + Data structures = Programs" by Niklaus > Wirth. I was satisfied with this equation at the time, I am not anymore. <snip>
It's not clear if you want object oriented DESIGN or PROGRAMMING. But designwise. I found "Object-Oriented Modeling and Design" (James Rumbaugh and others, Prentice Hall, 1991) a good high-level overview programmingwise, you couldn't do much better than having a go at learning Eiffel (, I think. And there used to be a free compiler). The book I used was "Eiffel. An Introduction" (Robert Switzer, Prentice Hall, 1993). Rebol isn't particularly object-oriented. In many ways it doesn't have to be, so it probably isn't the best language for first trying out OO stuff. (my 0.02 euro) Sunanda.