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OOP in the Real World - Creating an Equation Editor

, 12 Feb 2014
Object Oriented Design and Programming Process using a Real World Example

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Kashif_Imran
Software Developer MathiVersity
Pakistan Pakistan
I am a web developer mostly working in JavaScript. Formerly I used to be a C#/.Net developer. I love to work on complex programming tasks requiring deep analysis, planning and use of efficient algorithms and data structures.
 
I am founder of the Project MathiVersity, which aims to create free software, games and services related to mathematics and its allied disciplines.

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