Re: Is this a good class hierarchy for my project

Goran <>
Tue, 22 Mar 2011 12:49:51 -0700 (PDT)
On Mar 22, 4:36 pm, "crea" <> wrote:

Goran wrote:

On Mar 22, 10:28 am, "crea" <> wrote:

The idea is that there is whether data for eatch country. But there
is *also* a different set of analyze functions for eatch country. So
eatch country has its own "system" to analyze the data. The
different data per country is not really the main point but rather
the different systems per country.

Ah, OK then. But still, it looks like containment is better. What,

ok. I would need an example/code about the containment :)... I mean where=


put that. Although the doc/view below might solve this...

I am thinking:

class WeatherData {...}
class AnalysisSystemBase {}
class AnalysisSystem1 : public AnalysisSystemBase {...}
class AnalysisSystem2 : public AnalysisSystemBase {...}

class WeatherAnalyzer
WeatherAnalyzer(WeatherData& data, AnalysisSystem& analysis)

But frankly, this is all highly speculative and not worth much without
more requirements.


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