Object-orientation has been presented as the technology that will finally make software reuse a reality as the object model provides a better fit with domain models than procedural programming . Object-orientation, currently the dominant programming paradigm, allows a programmer to build a system by decomposing a problem domain into objects that contain both data and the methods used to manipulate the data, thereby providing both abstraction and encapsulation. In addition, object-oriented languages typically provide an
mechanism that allows an object to reuse the data and methods of its parent, thereby enabling polymorphism.
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