Paying only lip service to the principles of object-oriented programming rarely results in the expected benefits. This paper presents a series of designs for a Sudoku application that will lead introductory students through the allimportant process of trial and error. They will see examples of design analysis, criticism, and improvement. The paper concludes with some general pointers why and how the initial mistakes could have been avoided.
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Axel T. Schreiner and James E. Heliotis. 2008. Sudoku: a little lesson in OOP. SIGCSE Bull. 40, 2 (June 2008), 44-47. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/1383602.1383632
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