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Hi Ms. Barker,

I find that when I try to follow "proper" OO concepts I end up with a gazillion objects. I attempt to use the IS-A, HAS-A, and CAN-DO relationships that Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates expound. Sometimes I feel I'm taking the concepts too far. Do you have any advice on when to merge objects? Does your book cover this?

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