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Relationship between classes

david colais
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Hi guys...
How to represent the relationship classes btw classes in code for eg:if association or genralization is asked to represent in code.
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Please use real words when posting to the forums. Abbreviations such as "btw" in place of "between" only serve to make your posts more difficult to read and less likely to generate useful responses.

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Greg Brannon
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Please restate your question. What are you trying to do? Can you give an example of a situation that requires defining or coding the relationship between classes?


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david colais
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Joined: Nov 15, 2010
Posts: 29
Sorry for not being clear...
@Greg Brannon :What i wanted to ask was that how should i implemement the code if there is a generalization relationship for example:Like if a truck is made up a number of parts.
My doubt is that how do i represent this reationship between two calsses of truck and parts in the code.
Is it there to just help us understand the situation or do we need to implement the relationship in the code.Please help........
Campbell Ritchie
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I always thought "btw" meant "by the way", which is another reason for not using such abbreviations.

You will find discussion about aggregation association and composition here. you will have to read the whole thread to find where the mistake was made.
 
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