object oriented programming (OOP)

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Programming paradigm that views a computer program as a combination of data structures (called objects) which can exchange information in a standardized manner, and can be combined with one another as modules or blocks. Each object is independent (can be changed without affecting other blocks), can run (execute) by itself, and can be interlocked with other objects. Objects interact by passing information among each other, and each object contains information about itself (a property called encapsulation) and the objects it can interact with (a property called Inheritance). Major OOP-oriented languages are C++, Java, and Smalltalk.

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Making sure to have good object oriented programming should help you find what you need the moment you need it.
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When setting up your computer systems using object oriented programming can allow you to search for things much easier when you need them.
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Those computer applications that employed object oriented programming seemed to run more smoothly, but they placed heavier demands on the computer system.
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