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30. How are the state, event, and transition of an object
related?
a. Events are conditions for transitions to occur, which
change states
b. Transitions are conditions for States that cause
Events
c. Events are States that trigger transitions
d. States change to cause Events witch trigger
transitions.
Solution
State
- A state represents a discrete, continuous segment of
time wherein the objects behavior will be stable
- The object will stay in a state until it is stimulated to
change by an event
An event is an instant in time that may be significant to
the behavior of the objects in a class
- Events can have associated arguments
A transition shows a valid progression in state
- Simply, if you were in this state and you saw this
event, thats the state you would end up in
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Ans. a. Events are conditions for transitions to occur,
which change states

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30. How are the state, event, and transition of an object related? a. Events are conditions for transitions to occur, which change states b. Transitions are conditions for States that cause Events c. Events are States that trigger transitions d. States change to cause Events witch trigger transitions. Solution State - A state represents a discrete, continuous segment of time wherein the object’s behavior will be stable - The object will stay in a state until it is stimulated to change by an event An event is an instant in time that may be significant to the behavior of the objects in a class - Events can have associated arguments A transition shows a valid progression in state - Simply, “if you were in this state and you saw this event, that’s the state you would end up in” Ans. a. Events are conditions for transitions to occur, which change states Name: Description: ...
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