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MVC paradigm - what is it?

Posted by Monte Gardner on January 23, 2001 at 12:49 PM

> > Please look at the Model-View-Controller pattern. It is a design
> > pattern commonly used for separating presentation from business
> > logic.

> > Sunitha
I don't think I really understand this MVC stuff. Here's an
example. I have a gameBoard class that simulates the internal
workings for a game of tic-tac toe. this class has no interface,
or input and output itself. I have a TTT class that provides all
the visual GUI stuff for a game of Tic-Tac Toe. It calls the
methods of the gameboard class to actually run the game. Is this
a good design, or would it be better to have these both in the
same class since they both have to do with the same object.

also, Is there a web-site tutorial on MVC?

  • MVC Ameer Hussain May 23, 2001 at 1:27 AM (0)

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