OOP Book

HI,

Could any one suggest me a Good OOP Concepts Book,
any such book is available on the net ?, please let me know

Thanks,
G Ramesh
rameshg21Asked:
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expertmbCommented:
hi,
site for object oriented programming information
http://www.mindview.net/

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mbormannCommented:
sorry for the second link
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Ravindra76Commented:

:) :) :)
I expected some more links
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mbormannCommented:
ravi,
dont u chk ur yahoo id ? I sent u 2/3 mails and u didnt reply???
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JodCommented:
for Java, the best is thinking in Java.

http://www.bruceeckel.com/TIJ2/index.html

But expertmb has already pointed you to this.

For more general OOP concepts there is only one book you need to buy...Design Patterns.

But there is a wealth of information out there available for free.

FOr example...

http://ootips.org/

For free, this is as good as it gets.

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vladi21Commented:
maybe Design Patterns for OOD not for OOP? :)
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mbormannCommented:
:-)
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Ravindra76Commented:
Hi Amit,

No man...

I did not receive any mails of yahoo from you

It is

ravindra1976@yahoo.com
ravindra@cysphere.com

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JodCommented:
>> maybe Design Patterns for OOD not for OOP? :)

Not really. It's a whole paradigm you have to load into your head now before you think about programming. It's become a core foundation to the concepts of OO programing methinks.

For analysis and design there is also an Analysis Patterns book.

Do you hear the sound of a bandwagon...
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vladi21Commented:
What about OO A and D with Applications
by Grady Booch ? :)
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vladi21Commented:
Jod: thanx - its funny, but what about really online book?
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JodCommented:
Found a few more links that might be useful...

mbormann passed this one on which is fairly good (and quite concise):

http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~timm/pub/subjects/oois96/rules.html


Thinking in Java is also here:

http://codeguru.developer.com/java/tij/

but the downloadable pdf is better.


Just found this which may have some useful cocepts in it...

http://www.scism.sbu.ac.uk/jfl/jflcontents.html

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mbormannCommented:
Vladi,

thanx for pointing it out,I have sent a mail to all my friends pointing out that site

Jod,
Yonat provided us with that beautiful link.

G Ramesh,
I can't get hold of that book in India,atleast right now and in Bombay too!
If u want to see some concepts online see my previous Questions.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=cplusprog&qid=10243045 

http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=cplusprog&qid=10240835 
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zia777Commented:

  for oops u can read any book, because there are many books in market
and if u have any doubts mailme at zia777_ah@yahoo.com
 i will help u out
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JodCommented:
Quite a useful quick reference...
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rameshg21Author Commented:
Thanks tol ravindra, jod, vliadi, mborman, and all Xperts.

Thank you,
G Ramesh
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