Designing Code with Objects and Lists
At the beginning of this chapter, you learned that the two tasks have much in common, including part of the window layout and behavior. When two or more objects have common properties or behaviors, it might make sense to consolidate the common items in a base class. Then, you code each class to inherit from the base class.
Figure 17.3 shows the two tasks side by side in the same SAS Enterprise Guide session.
Planning for Object-Oriented Design
The two task windows are different, so it doesn't make sense to implement the behaviors of both windows in the ...