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What is the difference between the object based language and object oriented langauage?

Asked by: Interview Candidate | Asked on: Mar 7th, 2006
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Answered On : Apr 11th, 2006

The main difference between object based and object oriented language is the language which supports concepts of inheritence and dynamic binding is known as object oriented and the language which doesnot support these 2 concepts is called object based language.

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Answered On : Apr 17th, 2006

To put it simply, Object based language let u use the pre-defined objects. U cannot define a custom Object on your own,,,,eg., Java script is an object based language...Browser lets u manipulate/ access the predefined objects like document, form, button etc... U cannot create ur own custom object...

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Answered On : Mar 25th, 2007

Both object-based and object-oriented languages (whether class-based or prototype-based) may be statically type-checked. Object-based languages that do not support inheritance or subtyping are usually not considered to be true object-oriented languages.

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Answered On : Aug 17th, 2007

In Object Based Language we can write the program without  object(eg.C++),but in Object Oriented Language we can't write the program without object(eg.Java).

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Answered On : Sep 5th, 2007

First you thouroughly prepare arthematic and reasoning in R.S.Agarwal and next you prepare well the concepts of C and C++. All the best

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Answered On : Sep 29th, 2007

One basic difference is that the former focusses on the procedure and the latter on the object.Next one can be...oops is based on real time examples and the data is secured in this way as it supports dynamic binding and inheritance which is not the same in the other case.

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Answered On : Oct 2nd, 2007

Object oriented language supports inheritece and dynamic binding but objected based not supports these two concepts.

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Answered On : Jun 10th, 2010

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Object Based are not use subtype or inheritence is called object base. Object Oriented use subtypes and inheritence is called object oriented e.g VB.Net and Java.

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Answered On : Feb 3rd, 2012

The main diffrence between object oriented and object based languages is object based languages doesnt support Inheritance where as object oriented supports. C# is a object oriented language because it supports inheritance and ASP.Net is not a langugae it is a technology.

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Answered On : Oct 19th, 2012

The object oriented language support the extra two concept that is dynamic binding and inheritance..but in second case they do not support these 2 features...

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