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Difference between object oriented and object based languages

Posted By : Shailendra Chauhan, 17 Jun 2012
Updated On : 17 Jun 2012
Keywords : object oriented vs object based, object oriented features, object based vs object oriented, object based features pdf

Object oriented and Object based programming languages have some different features and behaviour. In this article, I am going to expose the main difference between these two programming languages.

Object oriented language

  1. Object-oriented language supports all the features of OOPs.

  2. Object-oriented language doesn't has in-built object.

  3. Object-oriented languages are C++, C#, Java etc.

Object based language

  1. Object-based language doesn't support all the features of OOPs like Polymorphism and Inheritance

  2. Object-based language has in-built object like javascript has window object.

  3. Object-based languages are Javascript, VB etc.

Summary

In this article I try to expose the difference between object oriented and object based languages . I hope after reading this article you will be able to diffrentiate between these two languages. I would like to have feedback from my blog readers. Please post your feedback, question, or comments about this article.

About the Author
Hey! I'm Shailendra Chauhan author, developer with more than 5 years of hand over Microsoft .NET technologies. I am a .NET Consultant, founder & chief editor of www.dotnet-tricks.com and www.dotnetinterviewtricks.com. I am author of books ASP.NET MVC Interview Questions and Answers & LINQ Interview Questions and Answers.
I love to work with web applications and mobile apps using Microsoft technology including ASP.NET, MVC, C#, SQL Server, WCF, Web API, Entity Framework,Cloud Computing, Windows Azure, jQuery, jQuery Mobile, Knockout.js, Angular.js and many more web technologies. More...
 
 
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