Chapter 6. Working Classes


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In the dawn of computing, programmers thought about programming in terms of statements. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, programmers began thinking about programs in terms of routines. In the twenty-first century, programmers think about programming in terms of classes.

A class is a collection of data and routines that share a cohesive, well-defined ...

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