Object-Orientating Programming (OOP)

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Object-Orientating Programming (OOP):

Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a modular form of programming that allows pieces of software to be reusable and interchangeable between programs. The practice of recycling tested and reliable objects is more of an effective method of programming and reduces programming costs. Because it utilizes modules, a programmer can easily make changes to an existing program. Code from one class can be passed down to another through the process of inheritance. Thus, new modules that inherit features from existing objects can be implemented into the program. These objects can be managed through an object program library that controls and manages the deposit and application of tested objects to users. To safeguard against incidents of disclosure and violations of the integrity of objects, security controls must be implemented for the program library. In addition, objects can be made accessible to users through Object Request Brokers (ORBs) designed to support the interaction of heterogeneous, distributed environments.

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