Object oriented programming


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Object oriented programming
Object oriented programming (OOP) is a way of writing computer code that makes it easier to create complex programs. It does this by organizing code into individual sections, known as objects. Each object contains all the code needed to do one job, like draw a picture or move a character. An analogy to help you understand what OOP is, is to think of it like building a Lego set. Each Lego piece is like an object, and all the pieces put together make a complete set. Fun fact: Object oriented programming was first developed in the 1960s! OOP is used in many popular programming languages, such as Java, C++ and Python. It is also used to create games, movies, and other software. It is estimated that over 80% of all software is written using object-oriented programming.