object-oriented programming

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object-oriented programming (uncountable)

  1. (programming) A programming paradigm that uses hierarchies of "objects", instantiated from templates called "classes", to design applications and computer programs.
    • 2013, Liran Tal, Drupal 7 Media:
      This structure organizes and streamlines theme development to create a solid ground for themers (theme developers) to further build and extend, much like in object-oriented programming.

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