Object-oriented programming is based on storing all of the data of a software application in objects, which also provide methods that can be used to read or modify the data. Objects are defined by → classes. A key aspect of object-oriented programming is that it focuses on the data to be processed, rather than on the processes as does procedural programming. Some typical object-oriented programming languages are C++ and Java.

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