List of Common Object-Oriented Programming Languages
Object-Oriented Programming Language
What does object-oriented programming even mean? What are the top languages of this type?
Object-oriented languages are high-level languages that are more human-readable but require translation by a compiler or interpreter for machines. They go further and combine their data and procedures into units named objects, which comprise more than just functions.
Object-oriented languages are based on four principles, such as:
- Encapsulation which is the concept of data binding to functions that work to keep that data secure,
- An abstraction that is an extension of encapsulation, and its purpose is to reveal only those information objects necessary to interact with it and hide everything else,
- The inheritance is used by programmers when working with several objects with a lot in common but still having unique logic and
- Polymorphism means “many forms” and it occurs when we have many classes that are related to each other by inheritance.
Among the benefits of object-oriented programming languages we define:
- Modularity which breaks an app down into objects and classes
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