Object-Oriented Programming

Object Oriented Inheritance Example Object Oriented Inheritance Example1

Object-oriented programming uses the idea of objects and classes to provide many improvements over other programming paradigms. The key concept of object-oriented programming - encapsulation - allows our data and the operations that manipulate that data to be bundled together within a single object.

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