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14. Real-World Application > 14.4. The Modules

The Modules

With the specifications in place, we can focus on the implementation. We’ll document first and code later, and we’ll use OOP techniques for much of the application. One advantage of this approach is that the specifications dictate how the coding takes place. For example, we have specified that we will have users and scripts; these elements can be implemented as objects. This makes the coding process more applicable to real-world situations. We know the different properties of a user and the different properties of a script (outlined in the specifications), so these will be the properties of our objects. Even though we are using some OOP techniques and some objects, the application is not strictly an object-oriented application.


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