Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a programming style based on the concept of object orientation. Data and functions that can be applied to this data are grouped together as compactly as possible in a so-called "object" and encapsulated from the outside. In this way, methods of foreign objects cannot inadvertently manipulate this data.
Object-oriented programming features in this blog.
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