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Object-Oriented Programming Principles
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O BJECT -O RIENTED P ROGRAMMING P RINCIPLES Course Number: NH77906 (0752IGEE) Course Edition: 1.1 For software version: 1.1 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Project Team Curriculum Developer and Technical Writer: Brian S. Wilson Technical Editor: J-P Altieri Print Designer: Daniel Smith Project Support Managing Editor: Emily Chung Development Assistance: Timothy Poulsen Administration Vice President of Content and Content Development: Kress Riley Director of Certification: Mike Grakowsky Director of Design and Web Development: Joy Insinna Manager of Office Productivity and Applied Learning: Cheryl Russo Manager of Databases, ERP, and Business Skills: Mark Onisk Director of Business Development: Kent Michels Instructional Design Manager: Susan L. Reber Manager of Publishing Services: Shon Watkins NOTICES DISCLAIMER: While Element K Content LLC takes care to ensure the accuracy and quality of these materials, we cannot guarantee their accuracy, and all materials are provided without any warranty whatsoever, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability or ±tness for a particular purpose. The name used in the data ±les for this course is that of a ±ctitious company. Any resemblance to current or future on-line companies is purely coincidental. We do not believe we have used anyone’s name in creating this course, but if we have, please notify us and we will change the name in the next revision of the course. TRADEMARK NOTICES: Element K Content LLC, ZDU, FirstEdition, Element K Journals and the corresponding logos are trademarks and service marks of Element K Content LLC. All other product names and services used throughout this book are common law or registered trademarks and service marks of their respective companies. Use of another entity’s product name or service in this book is for editorial purposes only. No such use, or the use of any trade name, is intended to convey endorsement or other af±liation with the book. Copyright © 2000 Element K Content LLC. All rights reserved. This publication, or any part thereof, may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, storage in an information retrieval system, or otherwise, without express written permission of Element K Content LLC, 500 Canal View Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14623, (716) 240-7500, (800) 434-3466. Element K Content LLC’s World Wide Web site is located at www.elementkpress.com . Unauthorized reproduction or transmission of any part of this book or materials is a violation of federal law. If you believe that this book, related materials, or any other Element K Content LLC materials are being reproduced or transmitted without permission, please call 1-800-478-7788.
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