Wednesday, September 4, 2013

OOP Concepts


Before Object-Oriented Programming, structured programming emphasized separating a program's data from its functionality. Separating data from functionality typically leads to software that is difficult to maintain and understand, especially in large programs. Object-oriented programming (OOP) creates software that more realistically models real-world entities -- such as cars, bank accounts, and dogs -- in source and executable code. Structured programming emphasizes making an entity's representation fit the constraints of the programming language; OOP emphasizes making the programming language fit the constraints of the representation. For example, in a structured programming language, a car is represented by a set of functions...


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