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Object-oriented programming languages

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Topical headingObject-oriented programming languages
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Variant(s)Object-oriented languages (Computer program languages)
OO languages (Computer program languages)
OOLs (Computer program languages)
OOP languages (Computer program languages)
See alsoProgramming languages (Electronic computers)
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Found inWork cat.: Bruce, K.B. Foundations of object-oriented languages, 2002: p. 3 (It is often stated that object-oriented programming languages are a major improvement over older procedural style languages), via WWW, Aug. 23, 2006 (object-oriented programming language -- (computer science) -- a programming language that enables the programmer to associate a set of procedures with each type of data structure. Synonym: object-oriented programing language)
Wikipedia, via WWW, Aug. 23, 2006 (object-oriented programming language -- An object-oriented programming language (also called an OO language) is one that allows or encourages, to some degree, object-oriented programming methods)
Dictionary of computing, 1996 (object-oriented language (OOL) -- A programming language used in object-oriented programming)
TechWeb: TechEncyclopedia, via WWW, Aug. 23, 2006 (Object-oriented programming ... Object-oriented programming (OOP) languages ... provide a formal set of rules for creating and managing objects)
Not found inDictionary of computer science, engineering, and technology, 2001; FOLDOC, Aug. 23, 2006.