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Getting started with OOP

Discussion in 'MFC' started by DoubleDee, Aug 30, 2010.

  1. DoubleDee

    DoubleDee New Member

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    Hi, I have been programming for many years but never really learned object-oriented programming (OOP) beyond text-book examples.

    My end goal is to understand OOA/OOD well enough to code a modest website that uses solid OO practices, and maybe even some Design Patterns.

    Right now I am just trying to build a simple user registration and log-in feature on a test website.

    Question:
    - For a beginner like me, can I hard-code the HTML pages, and then just have Classes/Objects to take care of the business logic?

    (Or to do an OOP website, does the OOP even create the web-pages dynamically?)

    I have a million more questions, but maybe this is a start?!

    Sincerely,


    Debbie

    P.S. I won't actually be using C, but figured Java and C++ developers are some of the best, so I decided to get OO help here!
     
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