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THE ADVANTAGES OF OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING USING C Object-oriented programming is a new way of approaching the job of programming Programming over the years has evolved to accommodate the increased complexity of programs 1 Structured easy to understand programming has been around since the late 60s These advances allowed programmers to write fairly complex programs relatively easy using such languages as C and Pascal However once a program reached a certain size it was just too complex to manage In 1980 at Bell Laboratories in Murray Hill New Jersey Bjarne Stroustrup developed a new programming paradigm 2 His new concept was built on structured programming and incorporated a few new powerful ideas Some of the more noteworthy include Classes Polymorphism overloading and inheritance C itself is a powerful language to begin with C builds on C to make it much easier to deal with very large programs as well as providing the tools to build black boxes A black box or object is some code that performs a function with a specific type of input and gives a specific type of outputOnce a black box or function is implemented clear concise notation is used to apply the function Condsider the following C code and output int daysinweek 7 printfHello world there are d days in a weekdaysinweek This would give us the output Hello world there are 7 days in a week There are numerous print functions in C and to use them correctly you must know the correct parameters For C however the use of operator overloading and Polymorphism allow the programmer to freely flow any type of data to the screen regardless of data type Like so cout Hello world there are daysinweek in a week This would give the same output as
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