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Category: OOP (Object Oriented Programming)
A property is a code element that includes two processes...
The advanced management of instances is used to choose the mode for taking reference. This choice directly impacts the freeing of the class objects: depending on the selected take of reference, the "Destructor" will not be called at the same time.
The hierarchical organization in class and sub-class has allowed to create the notion of inheritance...
Several types of WLangage variables are used to enumerate and to dynamically handle the objects of a class...
The "is <Class>" operator is used to find out whether the object used in an object of the class (or an object of one of its derived classes)
When creating a class in the code editor, the Constructor and Destructor methods are automatically created by default...
A .NET object can be dynamically associated with a .NET class, we talk of dynamic instantiation of object.
An object can be dynamically associated with a class, we talk of dynamic instantiation of object...
To access a class, the object must be declared as being part of the class to handle, this is called object instantiation...
An interface is used to divide the uses of features common to several elements from their implementations, which simplifies their re-usability.
To access a class...
A class contains the description of a data structure (members) and the processes (methods) that handle this structure.
The object-oriented programming (called "OOP") is a programming paradigm in which the programs are organized as sets of objects...
To access a class, the object must be declared as being part of the class to handle, this is called object instantiation...