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What is difference between object oriented programing language and structure oriented programing?

Asked by: Interview Candidate | Asked on: Feb 26th, 2007
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Answered On : Feb 26th, 2007

Object Oriented Programming :  It means, which follows object oriented concepts that is object oriented programming for example : c++, javaand also c++ is not complete objected oriented. But java is pure objected oriented programming.object oriented programming is bottom up approach.program works based on object.object is nothing set of members and methods.Structure Oriented Programming : it means, which follows and structure ( function ) oriented concepts, a program which follows a procedure ( or a structure ) is called structure oriented programming for example : c langStructure Oriented Programming is top down approach.program works based on functions.

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Answered On : Mar 20th, 2007

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We can resuse the code in object oriented language. we can handle errors properly.everything relates to real world objects.

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