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>Can anyone give me a definition of "object oriented"?
It's become a bit of a buzz word of late. Object oriented programming is a
means producing code that is more modular and easier to reuse than code
produced using older methods. The principal programming language supporting
object-oriented programming is C++.
There's lots more to say, and it's hard to say only a little of it. You need
to consult one of the many books on the subject. ...RM