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Understanding the mechanics of creating Java code is relatively easy, but creating a good object-oriented design is much more complex. In this context, good means that the code works correctly and is reasonably easy to understand, maintain, extend, and reuse. This chapter describes some guidelines that can help you create code with those characteristics.
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