OOP defines objects and classes with similar characteristics belonging to the same classes and objects.
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Object Oriented Programming composed of individual entities, or objects, each of which has the ability to communicate with other objects around it by passing messages. Additionally, each object may have the facility to store data internally (called state ).
<span>Objects in an OOP application are often modeled on real-world objects, so even non-programmers usually recognize the basic role that an object plays. And, just like the real world, OOP defines objects and classes with similar characteristics belonging to the same classes and objects. A class is a construct for defining properties for objects that are alike and equipping them with functionality. For example, a class named Car might define the attributes color and m
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