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Saqib Ishfaq13,912 Points
Isn't alot to remember to make a list of items in the store and search those and check wether they in the stock or not?
and then print msgs accordingly!! only thing m thinking abt at this stage is , how do i know wot to and how to combine all i have learnt so far:/ coz i know wot everything does in the code and the reason for it, but fail to understand how do i come up with all that and combination of all to make one programme ,on my own.
Steven Parker228,077 Points
One good strategy for tackling large projects is to break it into sub-tasks, and write the code for each of the individually. This is where those object-oriented development concepts will come in very handy.