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2.1 Objects and ADTs

... In this course, we won't delve into the full theory of object-oriented design. We'll concentrate on the pre-cursor of OO design: abstract data types (ADTs). A theory for the full object oriented approach is readily built on the ideas for abstract data types. ... [full article] (17 views)
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"part of the book called Data 'Structures and Algorithms'" - mf
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A brief look at file format design

... Everybody’s come across great many file formats and all the problems that go along with them. Coders in particular face all the burdens of supporting the multitude of formats out there. File formats are a fact of life, then; why talk about them? The answer is simple: far too many bad formats exist. As the scene is very active in establishing its own standards and conventions, putting a finger at the basics might well serve a valuable purpose in the long run. ... [full article] (21 views)
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"Very good document on different file formats, starts from very basic!" - yamy
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