Originally Posted by Richter
Oh, I didn't mean your code I mean DaveyErwin's example .
If you like OOP concept, I suggest you study about real concept of OOP, not just their formation. After you understand OOP concept's purpose, you should study about Refactoring. If you can master these thing, your will coding OOP style in almost language like you breath
Well I don't know if really understand what you mean... I've had OOP course in school, making UML schemes, learning about inheritance, polymorfism, and other related things. You mean to tell me there is more i have to know?