Object-Orientated Concepts, UML interview Questions
Object-Orientated Concepts, UML interview Questions...
- What is inheritance?
- Difference between Composition and Aggregation.
- Difference: Sequence Diagrams, Collaboration Diagrams.
- Difference: 'uses', 'extends', 'includes'
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- What shall I go for Package Diagram?
- What is Polymorphism?
- Is class an Object? Is object a class?
- Comment: C++ "includes" behavior and java "imports"
- What do you mean by "Realization"?
- What is a Presistent, Transient Object?
- What is the use of Operator Overloading?
- Does UML guarantee project success?
- Difference: Activity Diagram and Sequence Diagram.
- What is association?
- How to resolve many to many relationship?
- How do you represent static members and abstract classes in Class Diagram?
- Can we use UML for user interface (UI) design?
- Every object has : state, behavior and identity - explain
- How to reverse engineer C++ code in UML?
- What are the tools you used for OOAD?
- Difference: Object Oriented Analysis (OOA) and Object Oriented Design (OOD)?
- What are the four phases of the Unified Process ?
- How do you convert uses cases into test cases?
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- Explain Class Diagram in Detail.
- What are the Design Patterns you know.
- When do you prefer to use composition than aggregation?
- UML: IS it a process, method or notation?
- Does a concept HAVE to become a class in Design?
- What are the good practices to use while designing for reuse?
- Can you think of some nice examples where *multiple* actors are associated with a use case ?
- How to use CRC Cards for Class Design?
- What is the difference between static and dynamic Classificaition.Give some examples.
- Explian following terms: Constraint Rules, Design by contract.
- What is Object Constraint Language (OCL)?
- Difference Between Attribute and Association.
- What are associative classes?
OOAD and UML Interview Questions
- OOAD and UML Interview Questions