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Class, Object, Abstraction

I am beginning studying delpi 5. And along the way i had a hard time understanding about classes, objects, and abstraction. can anyone help me find a site that explains very well, about classes,object, abstraction, and what are "instances" there is instance of a class, instance of an object, instance of a component. I know that you may laugh at my questions but i really had a hard time because this is my first to go into Visual languages... is used Turbo C 2.0 instead....
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FelixinCommented:
Visual languages may or may noy be Object Oriented Languages.

Delphi is Object Oriented, which means that the compiler enables you to define classes, and instance objects.

I suggest you to read some books, like

Grady Booch
  Object-Oriented Analysis and Design With Applications (Addison-Wesley Object Technology Series)

It is not Delphi, is OO. Grady Booch is one of best known authors for OO.

Object Oriented Analisys (Yourdon Press Computing Series)
Object Oriented Design (Yourdon Press Computing Series)
by Peter Coad, Edward Yourdon

I might only laugh at ignorance if there is not the will to learn.
 
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FelixinCommented:
Visual languages may or may noy be Object Oriented Languages.

Delphi is Object Oriented, which means that the compiler enables you to define classes, and instance objects.

I suggest you to read some books, like

Grady Booch
  Object-Oriented Analysis and Design With Applications (Addison-Wesley Object Technology Series)

It is not Delphi, is OO. Grady Booch is one of best known authors for OO.

Object Oriented Analisys (Yourdon Press Computing Series)
Object Oriented Design (Yourdon Press Computing Series)
by Peter Coad, Edward Yourdon

I might only laugh at ignorance if there is not the will to learn.
 
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aerokevsAuthor Commented:
yes thanks a lot... it was of great help...
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