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I'm teaching OOP&D + Application architecture to some students who I can't say are real beginners but don't really have all that much background of programming. They already have been told those simple examples of cat inherits from animal and the Car class, etc. But they really don't have coding experience. SO what I really need are some small examples of real programs to help them understand how OO works so I can go on with Architecture. I have found some nice examples browsing the articles like a screen recorder or a text file reader but I'm still looking for more. I also welcome any suggestions you have on teaching the material.
Posted 24-Mar-12 14:43pm
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If the student is a beginner to programming, it may actually be more worthwhile if you take them through real-world samples like "cat inheriting from feline" etc. This is because they will associate more with these type of examples rather than text readers etc. However, for more experienced students a text reader type of sample should be reasonable.

This OOD for an ATM[^] might be something useful to you.
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Not a very effective teacher, IMO, if you can't explain this to your students or have examples already made.

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