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Just Enough C/C++ Programming by Guy W. Lecky-Thompson

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Recap

This chapter is attempting to prepare you for the next stage in the C++ paradigm—implementing classes that are correctly designed. You have looked at the object-oriented mindset in a pragmatic fashion, which is as much a way of looking at the programming problem as a whole as it is about creating specific designs.

True to the “just enough” principle, you can also choose not to actually create design documents for small projects, as long as you understand how you are going to achieve the end result. For example, a small application that is destined only to ask the users for some basic information before doing a simple calculation can usually get away without a full design.

However, it is good practice to create a text document to act as ...

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