|4.1||Why objects and classes are a good idea||66|
|4.2||Criteria for good design||76|
|4.3||What are objects, anyway?||82|
If you want to confess a crime, you can say, “I shot the sheriff.”
If you want to write an academic paper about it, you express the same thing differently, something like this: “The shooting of the sheriff was carried out by the present author.”
The key difference between the two is that a verb becomes a noun; the verb form of shoot in the first one is replaced with the noun shooting in the second one. Experts on good writing style will tell you that the best one is the first, plainer way of putting it. It’s more immediate and easier to read; it gets your point across with ...