Difference between Conventional and object oriented language

 

OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING

Before we talk about object oriented programming, we must know about all the programming like structured, procedural etc.

The two types of programming language

  1. Conventional programming
  • Monolithic programming (example---ASSEMBLY, BASIC)
  • Procedural programming (Example---COBOL(common Business oriented language))
  • Structured programming (Example---PASCAL. C)
  1. Object oriented language
  • Example   C++
  • JAVA
  • C#

The main difference between conventional and object oriented language is:

1) Conventional programming divides the problem into functions but object oriented programming divides the problem into a number of entities called object.

2) Conventional programming represents non real modeling but object oriented programming represents real world modeling like the parents' child concept, inheritance.

3) Conventional programming follows a top-down approach but object oriented programming follow bottom-up approach.

4) Conventional programming does not support reusability but object oriented programming support reusability the code.

5) Conventional programming is used for designing medium sized application, maintenance and modification of large complex system is time consuming and costly. Object oriented programming is used for designing large and complex applications, maintenance and modification of large and complex system is relatively less time consuming and costly

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