Object-oriented Programming

  • Jay Bryant


Java is an object-oriented language. That means that Java lets programmers develop software by developing objects and specifying the relationships between the objects. The relationships are defined within the objects, so the objects are the central focus of any software development effort in Java.


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© Jay Bryant 2012

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