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Re: main and dependent objects

 
 
Jean-Michel Pichavant
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      09-13-2012
----- Original Message -----
> 2012/9/13 Jean-Michel Pichavant <(E-Mail Removed)>:
> >
> > Nothing shocking right here imo. It looks like a classic
> > parent-child implementation.
> > However it seems the relation between Obj and Dependent are 1-to-1.
> > Since Dependent need to access all Obj attributes, are you sure
> > that Dependent and Obj are not actually the same class ?
> >
> >
> > JM

>
> Yes well the main class is already big enough, and the relation is
> 1-1
> but the dependent class can be also considered separate to split
> things more nicely..
>
> So I think it will stay like this for now and see how it goes.
>


Difficult to say given the meaningless names you provided. Just in case, you can still split things nicely in 2 classes and still get Dependent to be the same thing than Obj : by inheritance. It is a common way to extend one class's features.

class Obj
class Dependent(Obj)

But do it only if Dependent **is** actually an Obj.
If Dependent not an Obj but part of an Obj, then your original implementation is probably the way to go.

JM
 
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