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Java coding test

Mohamed Farouk
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Joined: Jun 08, 2005
Posts: 249
Hello Guys
In one of the interviews I went for Java development, I was asked to write code to add/Subtract/Multiply and Divide 2 numbers using OOPrinciples. We have to create classes like OO principle not just add/subtract/divide and multiply

I did design these classes and wrote something. But would reallly lie to hear from other experts on how they will design and implment this/

Interesting puzzle..

Campbell Ritchie

Joined: Oct 13, 2005
Posts: 43921
That sounds too serious to be a "diversion", so I shall move this thread. It doesn't mean you escape me as a mod, however.Not only object-oriented, but immutable too It is actually a very simple exercise.
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