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This object-oriented language is created by Sun Microsystems (later acquired by Oracle) [12].
As an extension, object-oriented languages offer support not only for creating custom data types but also for defining specific methods that work on that data.
In spite of the benefits that object-oriented languages represent for the agent-oriented programming in general, and particularly the Java language for the mobile agent programming, these languages have limitations to develop intelligent mobile agents.
Implementing concurrent object-oriented languages on multicomputers.
But since part of the strength of frameworks is the fact that the framework is expressed in code, it might be better to improve object-oriented languages so that they can express patterns of collaboration more clearly.
Since then, there have been two paths that object-oriented languages have taken.
Object-oriented languages, by contrast, were designed to model complex systems.
The resource section lists web sites for object-oriented languages, Google services, Android developer sites and forums, and online tools and tutorials for developers.
Small Talk, Java, and C# are pure object-oriented languages because you cannot write a program without using objects.
Object-oriented languages (OOL) provide features for reusability and extension of software components.
Students will benefit from code reuse and encapsulation capabilities that object-oriented programming offers; but more importantly, they can build on their knowledge of other object-oriented languages that they are already learning at school.
Programmers of object-oriented languages such as SmallTalk and C++ ask, "What are the objects?

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