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RandyBuchholz13-Oct-18 11:56
RandyBuchholz13-Oct-18 11:56 
Or bad OO.
I've used some objects - I'm OO.
I've created some classes - I'm an OO Architect.

Good OO requires understand the business space and OO principles, and the architecting of a coordinated set of planned classes. I'd venture most people don't even do any formal design, even if they know how. Most likely they just build objects on the fly, then resort to non-OO code to tape them together.

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