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Second USENIX Conference on Object-Oriented Technologies (COOTS), 1996

Building Independent Black Box Components in C++

Mark Addesso
Software AG of North America


When using Object Oriented techniques to build systems, the relationships between objects create dependencies which inhibit reuse, unit testing and reliability. By using black box components, these relationships can be factored out of the object to create truly independent components. Techniques to design and build systems in this manner are presented. A complex system built with black box components is also described.
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