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  • Is Object-Oriented Programming a Trillion Dollar Disaster?

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    The main objective of developing object-oriented programming paradigm was to manage the complexity of functional/procedural programming paradigm. But, some of the developers/experts state that “it is taking a lot of time and brainpower in thinking about abstraction and design patterns (in object-oriented programming paradigm) instead of finding the solution of our actual real-life problems.”

    Considering yourself as an expert of object-oriented programming do you agree with the above-mentioned statement? Give your opinion (yes/no) with two solid reasons.

     

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  • No! Object-Oriented Programming isn't a disaster. Most languages are derived from the concepts of OOP. OOP has many advantages over POP. 

    To replace POP, OOP came in the scenario. OOP proffers modular structure makes it good for defining abstract data types in which implementation details are hidden.

    Also, once created objects can be reused many times in different programs. It causes the low-cost software development. It works with real-life scenarios. So, it is still a good approach to software development.
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