RE: TWs and Aptitude for OO Programming

Subject: RE: TWs and Aptitude for OO Programming
From: "Jonathan West" <jwest -at- mvps -dot- org>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2006 17:07:22 +0100

> 1. Some people just have a better aptitude for object-oriented
> constructs--whether it is blocks of code or blocks of text. If you find
> it natural to write easily-reusable blocks of text that you plug into
> various documents (user manual, admin guide, support reference tool,
> etc.) for the same product, my guess is you'd also have an aptitude for
> OO programming.

Beware, what you are descibing is good programming practice that is entirely
independent of OO. Writing easily re-used blocks of code has been around
almost since the invention of the computer.

It is the ultimate RAD - simply re-use the code you have already written,
tested and debugged!

Jonathan West


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