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gargi dhar
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Joined: Apr 14, 2005
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Question 1: Describe the followings with the help of examples:

(i)Generalization and its role in Inheritance
(ii) Abstract Classes
(iii)State Diagrams
(iv)OMT and its impact in programming
(v) Future of Object Oriented Languages.


Question 2: Identify the objects in Railway Reservation System, and
make object diagram for it.
Annie Smith
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Joined: Mar 05, 2005
Posts: 172
This doesn't seem to be the correct forum to post these questions


Cheers!<br /><b>Annie</b>
Ben Souther
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Posts: 13410

These sound like study questions -- in which case, there is no correct forum.
The process of looking these things up and reading about them is more important than just having the answers.


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Annie Smith
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Originally posted by Ben Souther:
These sound like study questions -- in which case, there is no correct forum.


It doesn't relate to JSP at all. It would be better posted on a general forum, like Java (Beginner). Besides, Google is always around.
Bear Bibeault
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Correct, Annie. But Ben's point is that the JavaRanch is a place to come and learn Java. It is not an "answer mill" where people can come and get others to do their homework for them. And as such, there really is no appropriate forum for this poster's questions.

So rather than just propogate this to multiple forums, I'm going to close this topic.

gargi, if you really would like help in working through these problems, you need to work through them to the best of your abilities on your own, and post to one of the Java in General forums with questions on the aspects that have you stumped. You've got to put forth your own effort, but once you do, you will find people more than willing to help you help yourself.
[ April 14, 2005: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]

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