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Difference between the object based and object oriented

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    Difference between the object based and object oriented

    What is the difference between the object based and object oriented?
    one interviwer asked C# is object based and ASP.Net is Object Oriented both statmentes True or False. Please give me reply


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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    Hi,

    The main diffrence between object oriented and object based languages is object based languages doesn't 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.......

    do u have any quries le me know....

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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    Java is an object oriented , means it uses all the features of oops like u can use inheritence , u can create an class and objects .

    Javascipt is an Object based means eventhough u can't use all the features of oops like inheitence etc. but ur making use of object concept.

    for eg. document.write("hi")
    here document is an bulit in object and write is an method.

    For your question :
    C# is an object oriented language
    ASP is an object based language


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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    ASP is not a language it is a technology....


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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    ASP is not a language it is a web technology....


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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    YES , ASP.NET is a framework/technolgy

    but ASP is an Object based language


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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    ASP.net is not at all a object based language it is a specification or web technology bcoz it doesn't have any predefined specifications....


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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    ASP.net is not at all a object based language it is a specification or web technology bcoz it doesn't have any predefined specifications....


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    Exclamation Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    Quote Originally Posted by hari.nattuva View Post
    Hi,

    The main diffrence between object oriented and object based languages is object based languages doesn't 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.......

    do u have any quries le me know....

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    Object based: does not support polymorphism too these are the two key diff bet OOP and object based programming.


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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    No object based languages supports method overloading through method overloading we can acheive static polymorphism...

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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    Object based language are need not support Inheritance.

    EX: Visual basic is object based language. Will it support polymorphism completely?


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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    object based is asp.net
    object oriented means c#.net...
    in asp.net we can't use inheritence concept....
    but we can in c#..this is the one of the main diff between object based and objectoriented...


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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    If the language supports ony 3 features i;e (data encapsulation,data abstraction $ polymorphism).then it is said to be object based programming language. If the language supports all the 4 features i;e(encapsulatio,abstraction,polymorphism $ also inheritance )..then it is said to be object oriented programming language.


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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    hai,
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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    A/c to me Java is also not a pure object oriented language.y Bcoz It's using Predefined functions.


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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    Object Oriented Prigramming language is a language which supports all the features of OOPS.
    Object BasedLanguage is a language which doesn't supports all the features of oops Mainly Inheritence.

    C# is a OOPL.
    ASP.NET is a WEB-TECHNOLOGY not a language.


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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    Quote Originally Posted by ushalakshmi View Post
    Object Oriented Prigramming language is a language which supports all the features of OOPS.
    Object BasedLanguage is a language which doesn't supports all the features of oops Mainly Inheritence.

    C# is a OOPL.
    ASP.NET is a WEB-TECHNOLOGY not a language.
    Object based : it is not support the all oops concepts.
    Object Oriented : is supports all oops concepts.


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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    Object oriented programming it is the concept which supports
    1. encapsulation
    2. inheritance
    3. polymorphism
    4. abstraction
    Example: Java, C# etc Object based it is the concept which supports only encapsulation Example: JavaScript, Jscript.


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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented plz tell me

    what is the difference b/w object oriented and object based languages?


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    Re: Difference between the object based and object oriented

    Hi ushalakshmi , i think you're opinion is wrong why because object oriented means which language follows oops concept that language is called object oriented language java supports all oops concepts, so i think java is purely object oriented language.


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