Java / OOPS Concepts and its implementation in Java
Object Oriented programming is a type of programming paradigm where programs are treated as real-world objects. OOPS correlates a computer program into a real-world object.
A real-world object, for example, a car, has properties and its associated behaviors. Car has wheels as property and its associated behavior is rotate, flat tire etc. Similarly, a computer program is considered to have data (property) and code or logic that manipulate that data (behavior).
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