What is OOP?


OOP can be used as an acronym for object-oriented positioning or an order of operations for mathematical and computer programming.

OOP, or object-oriented programming, is used to classify programming languages that operate by working out where 'objects’ such as a variable, data structure, method, or function can be applied.

OOP is important for ensuring that these ‘objects’ also interact with one another in order to create a well-structured programming language.

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