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What is Object-Oriented Programming?
Published  07/9/2011 | Computer Encyclopedia Page 7 | Unrated
What is Object-Oriented Programming?
This is a method of programming where data structures are treated as “objects” rather than as variables. The main advantage with object-oriented programming is that it enables the management of very large software projects which if coded procedurally would have been almost impossible to support or extend. By having objects that interact with each other, the programmer is able to logically limit the problem to a specific subset, and needs to only ensure that the localised problem is dealt with—rather than having to pay attention to larger issues that are irrelevant in the context.
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