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Old 02-11-2002, 09:28 AM   #1
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Object-Oriented Design


I always forget something important when I'm designing classes. Are there any good tools out there to help with the design of object-oriented programs? I'd like to have something decent on paper (or in a word processor, as the case may be) before I start coding, to save myself a lot of hassle later. (I am getting a little sick of making a little change in a base class that requires sweeping changes in all of its derived classes)
 
Old 02-11-2002, 10:57 AM   #2
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what kind of 'tools' are you after? UML is a tool, so to speak. do you actaully mean a UML design / management program or something?

how about SyBase:

Sybase PowerDesigner 9 Dec-01 Windows $5990 object/relational design using class diagrams, repository support
includes use case and sequence diagrams



if you're too tight to fork out that much...
http://www.objectsbydesign.com/tools...byCompany.html

i had some level of success with ArgoUML. and to my expericen i recommend NOT doing it all one night in Dia!

Thing i remember most about UML, is when i started my final year project for my degree, and I asked my supervios, who did our UML lectures the year before, wether i should use UML to design my project...







he just laughed.
 
Old 02-11-2002, 01:25 PM   #3
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You'll always miss something when designing classes. Best way to overcome this is to make sure you analyse what you are doing, try to model it (UML will help as a_K points out), but it'll only help you 'see' what you are trying to build.
Experience is what makes the difference. If you've done multiple projects, you will most likely end up with a set of base classes which will be common across any project you write - my experience is with business applications).
 
  


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