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Is their any websites are available for learning OOP in advance

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by chamilto In reply to Object Oriented Technolog ...

I could probably list many web sites that told you about the syntax and gave you examples many object oriented languages (C++, Java, Python, etc.). But I haven't found any that will really help you with the basic concepts behind "object oriented" analysis, design and programming.

I highly recommend that you find, purchase and read one of Bruce Eckel's books. The two that I know of are _Thinking_in_C++_ and _Thinking_in_Java_.

I just found his site and he seems to be geared to educating people in OOP. Give it a try: http://www.bruceeckel.com

Good Luck.

-Bill Hamilton

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by chamilto In reply to Object Oriented Technolog ...

Did you check out the Eckel web site? Was it helpful? I'd like to know if it helped you.

-Bill Hamilton

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by donq In reply to Object Oriented Technolog ...

In advance of what?

Object Oriented programming varies with the language you will be programming with AND THEY ARE ALL VERY STRICT. Regretfully they are also all quite similar as well but they DO NOT MIX. Pick a languaage (VB, C++, Java) and goto town the hard way because there is no instant OOP Website!!! Sorry Don Quigg

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by RealGem In reply to Object Oriented Technolog ...

The problem with the internet is that there is frequently too much information. I did a search of Yahoo using the keywords "object oriented" "introduction" and "terminology" and got over 7,000 hits.

If I were you, I would learn the general theory and terminology first before you attempt to learn any specific language. And, at the risk of being flamed, you should consider something other than C++ as your first OOP language. There are easier ways to learn and practice the concepts, but at some point you should learn C++.

Here are some of those hits:

catalog.com/softinfo/objects.html

www.scis.nova.edu/~fangchih/

www.ies.aust.com/~visible/papers/OO-IE.html

www4-.ibm.com/software/developer/library/oocat/quantum-oo.html (avoid this unless you understand quantum physics!)

dec.bmth.ac.uk/dec_ind/swebster/A_Biblio_complete.html (a reference to other sources)

dept-info.labri.u-bordeaux.fr/~strandh/Teaching/MTP/Common/Strandh-Tutorial/object-oriented-programming.html

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by vvksuppo In reply to Object Oriented Technolog ...

Try to start from Object-Oriented Analysis/Design (OOAD) first. Because without it any object-oriented language have no power. Because with OOAD you will be able to use any object-oriented language.
I know one interesting site http://www.objectmentor.com with articles of Robert C. Martin.

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