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Thread: How to design Unit Converter in OOP manner?

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    Default How to design Unit Converter in OOP manner?

    I'm very curious to create unit converter app in Java, now confused how to design? The following are the Units which I have to design...

    1. Area contains( square_inches, square_feet, square_yare, square_miles, square_mm and so on)
    2. Length contains(millimeters, centimeters and so on)
    3. Mass contains(milligram, grames and so on)
    4. Power
    5. Temperature

    Please somebody give me some solution to solve this...


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    Default How to design Unit Converter in OOP manner?

    I'm very curious to create unit converter app in Java, now confused how to design? The following are the Units which I have to design...

    1. Area contains( square_inches, square_feet, square_yare, square_miles, square_mm and so on)
    2. Length contains(millimeters, centimeters and so on)
    3. Mass contains(milligram, grames and so on)
    4. Power
    5. Temperature

    Please somebody give me some solution to solve this...

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    Default Re: How to design Unit Converter in OOP manner?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zakirhussain View Post
    Please somebody give me some solution to solve this...
    What is your plan?
    What step are you on and what is the problem you face on that step?

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    Default Re: How to design Unit Converter in OOP manner?

    Please do not double post your questions.
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