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Using aggregation and composition

Using aggregation and composition: Programming Foundations: Object-Oriented Design
Using aggregation and composition: Programming Foundations: Object-Oriented Design

Aggregation is when one object contains another object, such as how a car contains a steering wheel. In contrast, composition is a more specific form of aggregation. It indicates that one objects owns another object. Follow along with this online programming video to learn about how you can use aggregation and composition to show relational and ownership information among classes.

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Design Patterns Developer Programming Foundations Java

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