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Can any one define the each terminology of Object-Oriented Programming and what is the difference between the Object-Oriented Programming and Object-Oriented Paradigm?

Zoltán Zörgő 9-Apr-13 3:23am
Oh yes, Wikipedia is a great tool... how can happen, that somebody doesn't know about it? +5!
Maciej Los 9-Apr-13 3:27am
Thank you, Zoltan ;)
Mannava Siva Aditya 9-Apr-13 3:38am
Thanks Maciej Los but i was looking for some more presize.
I would not list all terms, since you can find them here:[^]. Click or google for more details.

You can find the definition of paradigm here:[^]. But shortly: a paradigm is a theoretical and high level view over a complex topic.
Object Oriented Programming is making actual code in one or more languages and platforms that follow or conform to the OO paradigm.
Maciej Los 9-Apr-13 3:22am
+5 The same logic ;)
Zoltán Zörgő 9-Apr-13 3:23am
Yes :)
Mannava Siva Aditya 9-Apr-13 3:39am
Thanks Zoltan but i was looking for some more presize. Rather than going with Wiki links.
Zoltán Zörgő 9-Apr-13 3:45am
This is a place for "quick answers", not for posting books. These Wiki links are good, believe me. You won't get anything much more precise out there. But your question was also not too precise, don't you think?
If you think you will get more, buy and read some books.

Ah, and I am not "Ziktan", please at least copy-paste may name, if you can't type it.

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