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Unformatted text preview: objects. The implementation phase takes the descriptions of the cate-gories (classes) and creates instances of the classes that simulate the objects in the problem. The interactions of the objects in the program simulate the interaction of the objects in the real world of the problem. See Figure 8.9. Figure 8.9 Mapping of problem into solution (b) Implementation phase Abstract to classes (descriptions of objects) Oval Circle Square Class type definitions (a) Problem-solving phase Problem space of objects Program space of objects...
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