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    Any chance you could give a link to where you found it for free?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradgrafelman View Post
    Any chance you could give a link to where you found it for free?
    Clickety clickety

    I just searched for its ISBN (143022925X).
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    Quote Originally Posted by fontener View Post
    They just dont cover enough OOP in the basic books.
    Perhaps because OO is not so much about P as it is about the whole process of software engineering?

    (Do I sound like I've been reading Berard? )

    If you have OOT, OORA/OORE, and OOD ... OOP just kind of follows, as long as you know the mechanics, right?
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