Colleges spend years preaching the gospel of object-oriented programming to undergrads. Define classes. Use interfaces. Remember your design patterns. They tell us that these patterns apply to any object-oriented language. You can solve the same problem in Java or C++ or C# using the same techniques and the same code architecture, just trust in what you know.
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