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What is procedural programming......and object oriented programming

This is a discussion on What is procedural programming......and object oriented programming within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; plese tell me the difference b/w PROCEDURAL PROGRAMMING......AND OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING. ...in C++....i read in a book that says that ...

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    Lightbulb What is procedural programming......and object oriented programming

    plese tell me the difference b/w PROCEDURAL PROGRAMMING......AND OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING....in C++....i read in a book that says that procedural programming is susceptible to design change...i don't know why...........pls explain with good and simple example........i am beginner......

    also explain OOP
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    Many of your posts seem to be, "What is the difference between X and Y? Give some examples!"

    Perhaps this time, you can read up on those concepts yourself and explain what you think they each mean, and come to conclusions on your own. People might be more inclined to offer advice/suggestions if you show that you have tried to work it out on your own first before asking.

    You might start with:

    Procedural programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Object-oriented programming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matticus View Post
    Many of your posts seem to be, "What is the difference between X and Y? Give some examples!"
    I suspect there is a reason for this.

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    Programming procedurally means everything is based around procedures. Procedures are programs within programs. They can thus be run inside program themselves! You can also run them more then once. In this way they help in in creating reusable code. Because it allows programmers to think of larger programs as a construction of smaller programs. This help in building and managing programs. Object oriented is just the next evolution of procedural program. The main purpose that object oriented programing serves is to combine data and procedures into 'objects'. Yeah, I wish a could explain more, but I have stuff to do. Maybe another time....
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