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Tutorial: Basics of OOP in .NET
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 5/02/2005 08:26:00 AM.

Object oriented programming, or OOP for short, is nothing new. It has been around for quite a while, and has long been recognized as having many significant advantages over other programming paradigms.

At the heart of OOP is the idea that a program can be broken into independent functional units — objects — that are walled off from each other.he earlier programming paradigm, called procedural programming, does not have this advantage. Procedural programming is still widely used (for example, Visual Basic "classic") and, like OOP, is based on the idea of dividing a program into functional units called procedures (or functions).

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