Costs and Benefits of OOP
This book has attempted to show what kind of situations classes are useful for and when they should not be used. Let us summarize now: Why should we program in an object-oriented instead of a procedural way? What are the costs and the benefits of object-oriented programming? Are the benefits greater than the costs?
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