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Object-Oriented Languages


ob-ject: to feel distaste for something

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An important characteristic of object-oriented languages is the notion of extension or inheritance. If some program context (such as the formal parameter of a function or method) expects an object that supports methods m1, m2, m3, then it will also accept an object that supports m1, m2, m3, m4.

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