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npk chowdary

Joined: Dec 09, 2007
Posts: 21
I am fresher to java.please dont hesitate to answer this easy question.please answer with patience.
I encountered frequently about this question?
I know I can get the answers theoritically from the please understand my need

what are oops concepts with real time examples?

and also oops design principles?

IS abstract a oops concepts if so what is the difference between Encapsulation and abstraction?

Is static polymorphism present in java?

Explain indetail about runtime polymorphism?

Thanks in anticipation

pls pls dont hesitate thanks alot for reading this silly questions
Campbell Ritchie

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Welcome to the Ranch.

We do not simply answer questions here. And I haven't got the hours it would take to answer all your questions properly! We expect people to Search First, then come back with what you have found, and what you understand or don't understand. Then people will be only too pleased to help.
marc weber

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Welcome to JavaRanch! These are a lot of questions for a single post!

OOP concepts and design principles are a broad topic filling numerous books. It would be easier to address in this forum if you could focus on specific questions you have about OOP.

To get started on polymorphism, see How My Dog Learned Polymorphism.

(Note to other ranchers: I think "real time" means "real world" in this context.)

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Stan James
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Wikipedia comes through pretty well, as usual. See what questions that raises!

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Peter Chase
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Originally posted by npk chowdary:
what are oops concepts with real time examples?

"Real time" does not mean what you think it does. In computing, "real time" (roughly) means a system whose responses are guaranteed to occur within a certain time (that's not true of typical consumer O/S and applications).

You mean "real world", I think.

Confusing the two terms will not help you to get good answers to your questions.

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Raghavan Muthu
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Thats really great Marc and Peter for pointing out the difference between "Real Time" Vs "Real World".

Of course i have experience the same in one of my earlier queries.

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Campbell Ritchie

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. . . but npk chowdary: have you made any progress?
I agree. Here's the link:
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