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I struggle to become familiar with classes and objects.
 
In the past I tried to learn the following languages: C++, python, vb.net from books and I always struggle when it comes to object oriented text.
 
What I look for is the easiest and most comprehensive textbook or web reference, in any programming language, to understand object orient programming.
 
Cheers
Posted 3-Nov-11 3:52am
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Solution 1

Object Oriented Principles will remain the same regardless of Language. Only syntax may differ.
 
Have a look at this link.
http://download.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/java/concepts/
 
After above tutorial you may refer below CodeProject Article to more dig into Object Oriented concepts.
How I explained OOD to my wife
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Uday P.Singh at 3-Nov-11 9:03am
   
my 5+
RaisKazi at 3-Nov-11 9:05am
   
Thank you Uday. :)
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Solution 3

Yes as RaisKazi answered the OOPs concept remains the same only the syntax may vary for different languages. Hence don't try to change the language, try to learn the concept with any one OOPs language.
Check this out:
 
Introduction to Object Oriented Programming Concepts (OOP) and More[^]
 
hope it helps Smile | :)
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RaisKazi at 3-Nov-11 9:06am
   
Nice Article Link. I wonder how I could not found it till date. :)
Uday P.Singh at 3-Nov-11 9:10am
   
thanks RaisKazi for 5, yeah it was in my bookmarks.
RaisKazi at 3-Nov-11 9:13am
   
yup, I too added it to my Bookmarks now. :)
Bala Selvanayagam at 3-Nov-11 9:19am
   
5ed and bookmaked too, nice one.
Uday P.Singh at 3-Nov-11 9:23am
   
thanks Bala :)
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Solution 4

.NET Book Zero[^] is a teaching aid that I found extremely helpful.
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Solution 5

Go for Head First Series Java Book. It is having a little different learning style than most books, but a very easy read and delivers good OOP Java concepts which can be applied irrespective of any programming language.
 
After this you can go for Head First - Object-Oriented Analysis and Design followed by Design patterns.
 
Happy Reading
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Solution 2

first change your mindset..
 
which one know you , follow from that ...
 
definitely you will get soon...
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