Last week there was a thread on OOP -- object oriented programming.
I like to try to keep up with what's going on even though I'm not a
programmer. For folks like me, could someone who knows something
about the field make a stab at a brief, simple definition of
"object oriented programming"? I'd like to know what it is, not
what language (C++, ?) is used; or maybe it's defined by what it is NOT?
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