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Unformatted text preview: A. TOUIR Introduction to OOP Encapsulation Gives Classes • OOP makes use of encapsulation to ensure that data is used in an appropriate manner. – by preventing from accessing data in a nonintended manner (e.g. asking if an Integer is true or false, etc.). • • Through encapsulation, only a predetermined appropriate group of operations may be applied (have access) to the data. Place data and the operations that act on that data in the same class. Page 11 • Encapsulation is the OO principle that allows objects to contain the appropriate operations that could be applied on the data they store. – My Nokia-N71 cell-phone stores: • My contacts, • Missed calls • … etc. – My Nokia-N71 may perform the following operations on the data it contains: • Edit/Update/Delete an existing contact • Add a new contact • Display my missed calls. • …etc. Dr. S. GANNOUNI & Dr. A. TOUIR Introduction to OOP UML Representation of a Class • UML represents a class with a rectangle having 3 compa...
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