I am new new in OOP stuff.I have read the Herbert Schildt's C++ reference.But it just gave me the idea, about how it work.Not how to make it work.
I am read few chapters from "Object-Oriented Programming in C++ by Robert Lafore"(old edition featuring UML 1, i guess).But it was just an good overview.
I am still in the dark.I dont know how to effectively design or implement OOP context.
I am trying to come up with some design, but they all were bad.
Where can I have tutorials on OOP design.I mean, a problem described and coded from the scratch and providing a greater insight about how to do things like that on my own.
Is there any good book, which is smart enough to enlighten an amateur, to make him able to come up with a standerd OOP design.
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