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Sheet1 Page 1 CSCI3308 Homework 1 1. Essential Difficulties - the difficulties inherent in the nature of the software 2. Accidental Difficulties -the difficulties that today attend its its production but that are not inherent 3. Complexity, Conformity, Changeability, Invisibility 4. Changeability - The software product is embedded in a cultural matrix of applications, users, laws, and machine vehicles. These all change
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Unformatted text preview: continually, and their changes inexorably force change upon the software product. 5. Although we OOP has many benefits like enforcing modularity and clean interfaces, encapsulation, inheritance (hierarchical structure classes), and program reuse, we are still limited by complexity Which is why OOP is like a brass bullet, because it helps a lot but we are still facing the problem....
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