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Another basic principle in OOP is encapsulation. According to this principle, objects should be treated as independent entities, each taking care of its own internal data and functionality. If we need to access an object's information—its internal variables, for instance—we make use of the object's interface, which is the subset of the object's methods that are made available for other objects to call.

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