This book presents the OOP in a little bit different way compared to other textbooks. Not only because it is written as a dialogue of an “I-Know-Nothing” and “A Wise-Old-Man”, but the way how it presents the Object Programming differs from current programming textbooks. It’s difficult to say whether it’s a better way, but it’s fully suitable for me and I think it may be fully suitable also for those readers who started programming hundred times and hundred times they failed. I can describe it as if you would unsuccessfully cut a piece of wood, and suddenly, when you put your saw to the other hand, you could cut it somewhat more easily. And that’s the case of this book.
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