To abstract, or not to...
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05-30-2008, 11:03 PM
is cute and cuddly
Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Vegas, Baby
That is definitely one of the most in depth answers I've gotten to one of my random scenarios, thank you.
I think I cornered myself away from the answer when the idea of an abstract class first struck me... I was pretty close to that answer, it just didn't seem right in my head, because I was picturing a relationship between two types of classes (the abstract, and it's children). It seemed like it should work, but I just kept snagging on some unknown feeling of not being quite right. Having an abstract/interface, children and a controller suddenly makes all the queasiness go away and that little light go *bing*.
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