See also: Programming Languages
Object-Orientation is a method of programming and system design that has been around since 1992. Programming Languages use OO to model objects in the real world. It is a highly abstract, but effective way to plan and implement a project.
It can be used in the design and implementation of a system, or in the programming language itself.
Object methods are split into two groups:
- Object-Oriented Programming – utilised by such Programming Languages as Java, C++, C#, and Object Pascal
- Object-Oriented Modelling – the most common application of which is the Unified Modelling Language
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