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Attributes Basics

Posted By: vasanth     Posted Date: May 06, 2013    Points:5   Category :OOPS
Hi

Can any one explain me the following

- What is attributes?
- Why should we go for attributes then properties?
- What is the difference between attributes and properties?
- What are things that are achieved by attributes that are not by properties

Hope this is clear. Please let me know if this not.

I just want this basics answers before i get in to this topic.

Please let me know ASAP.

Thanks

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Author: Anna Harris             
Posted Date: June 04, 2013     Points: 20   

They always get me confused, but generally attributes and properties don't differ much from each other. Is there anyone who can give the best answer?

Author: Krishna             
Posted Date: July 15, 2013     Points: 20   

Attributes is declarative tag used to convey information to run time about the behavior of Class(or) Methods(or) Properties.

For example,if we mark any method as [Obsolete] this indicates,method was no longer used and it will be removed completely in future.

Author: ashleyturnier             
Posted Date: October 11, 2013     Points: 20   

Attributes are an aspect of object oriented programming that are given a great deal of emphasis in c++ and some other object oriented languages.Each object oriented program uses a different method for determining attributes.




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