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Modelling the World the Object Oriented Way

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As we have previously discussed, one of the reasons we build OO programs is because they allow us to produce code that provides a useful model of some real-world problem, using classes to represent entities in our problem domain. Up to now, each class has represented a disjoint entity, each with a clear and distinct purpose.

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Sage, K. (2019). Modelling the World the Object Oriented Way. In: Concise Guide to Object-Oriented Programming. Undergraduate Topics in Computer Science. Springer, Cham.

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