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JAVA was devised by James Gosling of Sun Microsystems which is an Object-Oriented Programming Language
which leads to a greater attention-grabbing language to be learned by the weekend programmer.
You might ponder what OOPs implies at this point. Object-Oriented Programming is a generally new idea, though the chunks of a program make up the entirety. Consider it along these lines: you are building a model car. You construct the engine first. It can remain solitary. It is an engine and everybody can see it's an engine. Next, you assemble the body. It can likewise remain solitary. At last, you manufacture the inside including the seats, controlling wheel, and so forth. Each, without anyone else, is an object. In any case, it isn't a completely working car until the point when every one of the pieces is assembled. The entirety of the objects (parts) makes up the entirety.
Proceeding with the model car-case, when you fabricated the engine, you didn't utilize any of the parts that would later form the seats (a 350 four-barrel engine with a safety belt standing out if the cylinder would look entirely senseless). The fact of the matter is that every one of the parts that made up the engine was of a specific class of parts. They all went together. Same with the body and afterward the inside.
The fact of the matter is that in these languages, you assemble objects out of classes of orders to make the entirety. Comprehend the wording? Great. Moving along...
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