Object-Oriented Programming vs. Procedural
- Data Structures can be represented as a network of associated structures, referring to one
- Procedures can be represented as a network of routines which call one another,
i.e., "call tree"
Object Oriented Approach
- Collection of discrete objects that incorporate data structures and behavior.
- Each data structure has, combined with it, the procedures which apply to that data
- Contrasts with conventional programming in which data structures and behavior are only
- These entities, called objects, can be associated to one another in one network, rather than
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