Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module A401. This topic is presented on public course Deploying Java Applications on Linux / Unix
As your application grows, you'll want to use the same logic on many pages without having to duplicate it, and you'll want to group together all the code that refers to a particular type of data (also known as a class of object).
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Program design and structured programming.
The limitations of structured programming and the need for objects.
Extensions to object inheritance.
Inheritance models, and interfaces.
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