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CNIT155 Assignment-02 Due Date: Tues. Sept 6, by 11:50 PM 20 Points Reference: Chapter01 – Lecture slides Learning Objectives-1 - Basic Knowledge - GUI Design - UML Diagrams o Use Case Diagram o Activity Diagram - No Coding is Required Answer the following questions after reading Chapter-1 and reviewing lecture slides. Save your document as your lastNameFirstNameLab02. Submit it to the provided link on BB. 1) Explain the following terms in your own words : a. What does OOP stand for? OOP stands for object oriented programming. This is a programming language model that uses objects and data rather than actions and logic. b. What does IDE stand for? IDE stands for integrated development Environment. This software consists of tools that programmers use to write and test software c. What is a class in OOP context? A class is basically a template of a method and variables which defines the particular object d. What is an object in OOP context? An object is a specific type inside a class which uses real values instead of the variables used in a normal template class. e. What are properties an object? Give an example. There are three properties of an object. Firstly, there is the state of an object which describes the object. Secondly, the behavior of an object tells the object what to do. Lastly, there is the identity of the object. An example is that the state talks about the condition of an object like the height, weight, breed of a dog. The behavior talks
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