By Dale Skrien

The first power of Object-Oriented layout utilizing Java is that it has the most effective shows of challenge fixing utilizing styles on hand. It has obtained rave reports from teachers and has been type confirmed at a few faculties the place the reaction from either professors and scholars has been super confident. This e-book is meant for the object-oriented programming layout direction the place UML is used greatly for layout and notation. it's been particularly designed to be available to scholars and is stuffed with real-world examples, case stories, and different aids to help pupil knowing.

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Note that since constructors are not inherited, you need to create constructors for new subclasses (or let the Java compiler create a no-argument constructor for you, which it does if you don’t implement any constructors in your class). The call to super(x, y, w, h) in the constructor above calls the superclass’ constructor to initialize all the Rectangle data. The getCenterX, getCenterY, setLocation, getWidth, and getHeight methods that are used to implement the two new methods are all inherited from the Rectangle class.

In fact, since SimpleRunner is also a subclass of the Object class, objects of class SimpleRunner have three types: SimpleRunner, Runnable, and Object. 9. Note that an interface is displayed in a UML class diagram similarly to a class, with the differences being that the top part of the box includes the designation «interface» and there are no attributes to an interface. The arrow with the dashed line pointing from the SimpleRunner class to the interface is called a realization relationship in UML and indicates that the class implements or “realizes” the interface.

1, p. indd 15 12/5/07 12:05:04 PM 16 Chapter 2 Fundamentals of Object Orientation method. For example, suppose you were defining a Set class (different from the java. Set interface), objects of which behave like (finite, unordered) mathematical sets of integers. A natural operation to be performed on such a set is the intersection of it with another Set. intersect(s1, s2); Which version is better? One advantage of the second version is that it displays the natural symmetry in the intersection operation, in which neither set plays a special role.

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