ARTICLE (NASPOO: An Algorithmic Standard Notation For Object-Oriented Programming)

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ARTICLE (NASPOO: An Algorithmic Standard Notation For Object-Oriented Programming)
1 The object-oriented programming is currently of great importance for the development of applications.
1.1 because it is appropriate for prototyping, simulations, it allows a high degree of code reuse and overcomes limitations of models in the database environment.
1.2 we recommend the use of a language pseudoformal or pseudocode
2 NASPOO ( Algorithmic Standard Notation for Teaching Object- Oriented programming)
2.1 It is a language that defines pseudoformal structures for teaching OOP
2.2 It aims to improve the teaching of object-oriented programming
2.2.1 It was created because of the lack of a standard pseudocode to represent all OOP structures which diverted student learning
3 This language pseudoformal provides
3.1 Class
3.1.1 Description of an organization and their actions
3.2 Attributes
3.2.1 A set of variables that describe the state of an object
3.3 Methods
3.3.1 Collection of sentences that accomplishes a task
3.4 objects
3.4.1 Individual element that continent a series of data that define
3.5 Polymorphism
3.5.1 Ability to find an appropriate method to answer a single message
4 Algorithm structure
4.1 Contains a method called "main" where all operations are to be carried out
5 REALIZADO POR: Tatiana Paola Lizarazo Ca{ón
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