(of a programming language) using a methodology that enables a system to be modeled as a set of objects that can be controlled and manipulated in a modular manner.
- ‘The technique of the present invention may be used advantageously with object-oriented languages other than the Java programming language.’
- ‘The Java programming language contains object-oriented features enabling the construction of interface-based application frameworks.’
- ‘Programming manuals for object-oriented languages are all about windows and menus and mouse clicks.’
- ‘Some of the modern communication protocols used to communicate between object-oriented languages are known to introduce significant overhead.’
- ‘But while programmers have taken to object-oriented programming in droves, object databases have been less popular for a variety of reasons.’
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