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Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming

  • Mark Dalrymple
  • Scott Knaster

Abstract

If you’ve been using and programming computers for any length of time, you’ve probably heard the term “object-oriented programming” more than once. Object-oriented programming, frequently shortened to its initials, OOP, is a programming technique originally developed for writing simulation programs. OOP soon caught on with developers of other kinds of software, such as those involving graphical user interfaces. Before long, “OOP” became a major industry buzzword. It promised to be the magical silver bullet that would make programming simple and joyous.

Keywords

Procedural Program Instance Variable Green Rectangle Function Prototype File Path 
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© Mark Dalrymple and Scott Knaster 2009

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  • Mark Dalrymple
  • Scott Knaster

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