object-oriented language


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object-oriented language

[¦äb‚jekt ‚ȯr·ē‚en·təd ′laŋ·gwij]
(computer science)
A programming language consisting of a sequence of commands directed at objects.

object-oriented language

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Polymorphism is the capability of an object-oriented language to correctly call the overridden method based on which derived class is issuing the method call.
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The guide is meant for those with experience in object-oriented languages, mobile applications, REST applications, and similar areas who want more than an introduction to the topic.
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Rebol's development comes follows the lineage of Self, Smalltalk and subsequent object-oriented languages, but Sassenrath aimed at creating a language with greater expressivity and economy, and one more readable by humans.
The resource section lists web sites for object-oriented languages, Google services, Android developer sites and forums, and online tools and tutorials for developers.
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.
0 combines native support for object-oriented languages, such as C++ and Java, with high performance database functionality and a distributed architecture to help customers accelerate time-to-market, boost performance and enhance data management.
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More world-class talent means Microsoft can move even faster on its goal to deliver the world's best solutions for developers of Java and other object-oriented languages.
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the three major object-oriented languages, will engage in a structured

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