Elements of OOP - Objects

Our first principle is that everything in our universe is viewed as an object. There are many different objects in our imaginar scenario. There is Chris, Robin, the florist, the florist in Robins city, the flower arranger, the driver, the grower, and so on.

The solution to my problem comes about when everbody does whatever job they have been assigned. Then we have a community of agents working smoothly together to obtain the desired result.

[audio] [real] Text to accompany slide17, in Chapter 1 of An Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming