What is Object-Oriented Programming?
If you are familiar with languages such as C# and Java, then you must have heard the term Object-Oriented Programming (OOP). You might have an idea of OOP and how it relates to classes and objects. Before we delve into those details, let’s take a look at the definition.
Object-oriented programming is a style of programming, not a tool, which is why despite being old, it’s very popular and widely used. This style involves breaking a program into segments of objects that can communicate with each other. Each object is defined by its own set of properties. These properties can then be accessed and modified through various operations.
The above illustration gives a real-life example of an employee record in which each employee can be considered an “object”. Since every employee has a name, age, and designation, these can be considered the properties of that employee.