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Features of Object-Oriented Programming Languages
There is no formal definition of object-oriented programming.
Hence there is some confusion surrounding what features a programming
language must support in order to claim that it is object-oriented.
Despite this, however, most agree that in order for a language to claim
that it is object-oriented, it must provide support for three major
concepts, as inferred from Booch's definition.
Data encapsulation or data abstraction
Inheritance or derivation
Dynamic or runtime binding
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