Object Oriented Presentaion help

This is a discussion on Object Oriented Presentaion help within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; hi all....can any one help me with a good idea about making a presentation about any subject in object oriented ...

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    Object Oriented Presentaion help

    hi all....can any one help me with a good idea about making a presentation about any subject in object oriented programming .
    because this is the first time i'll make presentation and i need to see your ideas .i would like it to be an interesting presentation

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    what exactly do you need to present? Just something that has to do with OOP? what kind of presentation (how long, what format, etc)?

    This doesn't belong in this fourm anyway... it should have gone in tech or GD
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    well ...it will be any subject about object oriented programming and it's going to be just 10 minutes long...i need it to be somthing easy and interesting cause this is the first presentation i'll do.

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    Virtual functions, overriding, and the magic of polymorphism.

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    virtual functions, overriding, and the magic of polymorphism
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    do you mean these subjects belong to object oriented programming ...cause i'm still new in programming and this is the first time i hear about these subjects...and if it is so whitch one do you think is the more interesting...
    i'm sorry i know that i'm asking alot

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    oh boy... looks like somebody needs to do a little research: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Object_...ed_programming
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    thanx alot major_small and sorry fo bothering

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    don't be sorry... JUST DON'T DO IT AGAIN.


    j/k. don't sweat it, that's what we're here for =)
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    do you mean these subjects belong to object oriented programming ...cause i'm still new in programming and this is the first time i hear about these subjects.
    Uhhm...ok. How about: "Constructors and Destructors: A life and death struggle for survival".
    Last edited by 7stud; 11-15-2005 at 10:34 PM.

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    thanx 7stud it's really a good idea to talk about this subject
    and i'll try to do my best to do this presentation cause i really don't know how to start and what to do exactly
    thanx any way all

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