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The SOLID Principles: a Guide for Object-Oriented Design

The SOLID Principles: a Guide for Object-Oriented Design

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Writing high-quality software can be hard. Luckily, there are principles that can guide object-oriented software design such as the SOLID principles, which consist of the single-responsibility principle, the open-closed principle, the Liskov substitution principle, the interface segregation principle, and the dependency inversion principle. In this post, I give a short explanation of each principle and give practical examples of their application.