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Chapter 3: Objects and Classes

Table 3-1: Proposed Attributes of the Student Class
Table 3-2: Student Class Attributes, Revisited
Table 3-3: Student Class Attributes

Chapter 4: Object Interactions

Table 4-1: Student and Course class methods

Chapter 5: Relationships Between Objects

Table 5-1: Multiple Inheritance Introduces Many Ambiguities with Respect to Derived Class Features

Chapter 6: Collections of Objects

Table 6-1: Proposed Data Structure for the Student Class
Table 6-2: Rounding Out the Student Class's Data Structure with Collections

Chapter 9: Formalizing Requirements Through Use Cases

Table 9-1: A Simple Actor/Use Case Cross-Referencing Technique

Chapter 10: Modeling the Static/Data Aspects of the System

Table 10-1: An "Empty" Association Matrix for the SRS
Table 10-2: Our Completed Association Matrix
Table 10-3: Duplication of Data Across Four Object Instances

Chapter 11: Modeling the Dynamic/Behavioral Aspects of the System

Table 11-1: Student Class Attributes
Table 11-2: Determining the Methods Implied by Scenario #1

Chapter 13: A Deeper Look at C#

Table 13-1: Comparing Generic OO and C#/.NET Terminology

Chapter 14: Transforming Our UML Model into C# Code

Table 14-1: OO Features Illustrated by the SRS Class Diagram

Chapter 15: Rounding Out Our Application, Part 1—Adding File Persistence

Table 15-1: Modifications Made to Achieve File Persistence

Appendix E: C# Keywords

Table E-1: C# Keywords

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