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Object-Oriented Programming (OOPs)

Object-Oriented Programming (OOPs), also known as OOPs, is a powerful type of programming language that enhances the productivity of programmers and reduces software development time. Another significant benefit of OOPs is code reusability. OOPs is an innovative approach to the design and programming of computer software, in which systems are modeled using chunks of programming and data called objects.

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