What is OOPs?

What is OOPs?

OOPs stands for Object-oriented programming. It is a type of programming that deals with objects and data, rather than actions and logic. OOPs programming languages follow a logical procedure that takes input data, processes it, and produces output data.

OOPs is an extension of Procedure Oriented Programming Language. The primary benefit of OOPs is that it ends up reducing the code of the program due to Polymorphism. In addition to this, OOPs has various others properties such as Data Hiding, Inheritance, Data Abstraction, Data Encapsulation, etc. all of which help develop a more user friendly, robust, and efficient software.

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