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Nanik

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How many classes can you go ? Posted: Jul 29, 2003 4:54 PM
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I'm in the middle of coding one of the complex module in our project and I've already got produce all together 30 files (10 JSP's and the rest are Java classes - action, form, bo, dao) and then it strikes me, how many of these things will grows to. It is good to have separation of layers but all I can see right now more maintenance of different classes we need to do and I'm sure as time passes the classes will grow more.

If I take a look at open source projects, I see that there are a lot of separation of things between objects, yes the OOP paradigm says so, but I think that sometimes when there are a slight similarity in behaviours we have to group them together, in other words no matter what the rules are saying in real development project we have to make sure we are smart and choose the best solution and techniques to make life easier

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