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EECS 280 Discussion #9 Week of March 10
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Administrivia Midterm Should be returned in class Wednesday Project 4 Due March 25 @ 11:59 pm Think about test cases while reading the spec Test cases are worth about 30% of the project They also help make sure the main program is correct Questions?
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Hypothetical Situation You are programming the back-end of an application  and need to access date data, which is implemented  in the front-end The front-end team asks for your opinion between string – easy input/output, hard comparison/calculation int (as number of days from Jan 1, 1970) – hard  input/output, easy comparison/calculation 3 ints (d/m/y) – a middle ground What would you choose?
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Welcome to OOP Answer: “I don’t care, just give me the accessor  functions!” Object-oriented programming is a programming  style, NOT a specific language OOP goals Break programs into fundamental units Increase maintainability (easier to fix/modify code) Increase re-usability (easier to reuse code)
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Big words in OOP Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a  programming paradigm that uses “objects” and their  interactions to design applications and computer  programs. It is based on several techniques, 
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