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Object-Oriented Programming

Object-oriented programming (OOP) is defined as a concept of programming based on objects in which attributes (data) and methods (actions) are used and these objects can exchange information with each others.

Object-oriented programming is high level programming which allows you to organize large projects into manageable pieces.

OOP must have the following features:

 - Encapsulation

 - Polymorphism

 - Inheritance (Hierarchy)

 - Abstraction

Example:

 - Java.

- C++ Programming.

- Phython

- PHP etc.

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