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Object-oriented programming (OOP) languages, such as C++ and Java, are based on traditional high-level languages, but they enable a programmer to think in terms of collections of cooperating objects instead of lists of commands. Objects, such as a circle, have properties such as the radius of the circle and the command that draws it on the computer screen. Classes of objects can inherit features from other classes of objects. For example, a class defining squares can inherit features such as right angles from a class defining rectangles. This set of programming classes simplifies the programmer’s task, resulting in more “reusable” computer code. Reusable code allows a programmer to use code that has already been designed, written, and tested. This makes the programmer’s task easier, and it results in more reliable and efficient programs.


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