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Conference Paper International SIR Users Conference and Training

PQL Programming using Object-Oriented Methods


Publication date

30 Jun 2006


This presentation aims to show how object-oriented programming (OO) methods can be applied to, and benefit SIR applications development. Although PQL is not an OO language, OO methods general enough to provide discipline during development, and documentation of the end-product. The presentation will introduce OO concepts and the Universal Modelling Language (UML), and use them to build an application to export data into XML.


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