Object Oriented Programming

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Object Oriented Programming (often refered to as OOP) is a type of programming that consists of treating data as groups or objects, where these objects can inherit from other objects. An example would be a human. You can have one a body, with multiple limbs, and a head. Again, each hand would inherit fingers, and so on. OOP helps organize code and improve reliability. It is also slower to execute than standard individual-variable type programming.

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General Object-oriented Programming

Object-oriented Game Programming