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1) Is Encapuslation and class is same thing?

2) From Encapuslation,inheritance and polymorphism which thecnique is best?

3) when we use datarowview and when datarow?
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Updated 25-Aug-11 2:00am
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Prerak Patel 25-Aug-11 7:46am    
You seriously need to learn basics of OOPS.
[no name] 25-Aug-11 7:49am    
You questions are very vague. Type all of these words in your favorite search engine one by one. Follow the links and learn the basic concepts.
Smithers-Jones 25-Aug-11 8:09am    
OP is a known troll who also posts such vague questions (mostly titled "info about the code.............") under his second user name aliomar02. Just ignore him and he will (maybe) stop this nonsense.

They are all different concepts and are not comparable.
 
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 25-Aug-11 23:38pm    
Short and to the point, a 5.
--SA
Abhinav S 26-Aug-11 2:15am    
Thank you SA.
umairshoaib wrote:
1)IS Encapuslation and class is same thing?
Nope. However classes do provide encapsulation.

mairshoaib wrote:
From Encapuslation,inheritance and polymorphism which thecnique is best?
These are NOT alternative techniques. They are instead the fundamental pillars of the OOP.

Please follow Prerak Patel's suggestion: read a good book or tutorial on OOP basic concepts.


mairshoaib wrote:
when we use datarowview and when datrow?
That is well explained in the documentation[^].
 
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 25-Aug-11 23:37pm    
I did not know so stupid questions can be really answered. I would not even try. My 5.
--SA
 
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Dear Friend,

Object Oriented Programming is Very Important is Software Technology.Weather it is Application Level Progarmming or Systemlevel Programming.

Every OOPS Concept is Important.Not Polymorphism or Inheritance ok.If you want to learn Oops.Learn from Basics.

Regards,

Anilkumar.
 
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