Aprenda Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 YA Spanish by Chuck Sphar

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G. Ada83) and not object-oriented. 2 Aims and Benefits of Inheritance Inheritance in object-oriented programming languages supports reuse of existing code within new applications. It does this by allowing a developer to define new code in terms of existing code and new extensions. This is a different kind of code reuse from that found in non-object-oriented languages. For example, in Ada83 a programmer can reuse the TextIO package for input and output, but cannot extend any elements of the TextIO package directly in order to provide a new type of input-output operator.

Font Abod . Ev~n""ol'titO"r .. anlmaHonRate 1125 (lJoUyS ... ou.. "" 8ridt·Tuta, rru,itfo" .. t8un. 1 The demonstration BeanBox application builder. be used directly by programmers (as indeed anyone who uses any of the components in the AWT is already doing). JavaBeans may vary in size and complexity. Simple ones may be buttons or sliders; other more complex examples may be database viewers, word processors or spreadsheets. In practice, it is expected that bean components will be small to mediumsized controls.

This enables the correct class to be used to restore the object. This information contains both the fully qualified name of the class and a version number. It is this version number which determines whether a serialized object can be deserialized or not. The version number is generated from the Persistent Storage of Objects 33 signature of the class - this means that it changes if any variables or methods are added, deleted or renamed. A check is made to see that the serialized object has the same version number as the current version of the class.

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