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Is it necessary to implement all methods of the requirement?

Zee Ho
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Joined: Jul 20, 2004
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It only ask me to let user can perform the update & search action, base on this requirement, is it still necessary to implement the create and delete method of Database interface? What is way of ur guys handle this? just provide a simple default implementation?


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Cleverson Schmidt
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Joined: Feb 17, 2004
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Hi Zee

There are some people who have already passed without providing a real implementation of create and delete. But according to the requirements:

Technically speaking an empty implementation is an implementation, but your grader may disagree and you may have to explain why your didn't provide a "real" implementation.
So, to save you some time and a possible headache, provide a real implementation for them.

Best Regards
Cleverson Schmidt
Zee Ho
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Joined: Jul 20, 2004
Posts: 128
got it, thx very much
 
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