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Ok, I used to program in C a while back and when given a problem to solve there were certain steps I would go through to solve it. Sometimes I would use IPO charts other times I would use Top-down stepwise refinements. Anyway now I am trying to use C++ and I''m finding that my old ways are not working. Object Oriented Programming requires Object Oriented Design, so hehe, how do I learn that? I have C++ books but they don''t go into designing, any ideas? If this is a really stupid question, flame away but drop a few hints in plz. Thanks

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Have you tried still using your old methods, then grouping the related actions to form classes?

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[edited by - mathematix on May 3, 2003 2:45:09 PM]

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I''ve heard a few ppl mention UML before but I didn''t know what it was. I will do a quick search for it, thanks. As for grouping into classes, I''m ashamed to say that I have a lil problem with that. I find that I am generally to broad when I try to make a class but that''s something I am working on. Thanks for your replies!

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