Concept of Object Oriented Programming in Java

OOP concepts allow us to create specific interactions between Java objects. They make it possible to reuse code without creating security risks or making a Java program less readable.


Java is a class-based object-oriented programming (OOP) language that is built around the concept of objects. OOP concepts (OOP) intend to improve code readability and re-usability by defining how to structure a Java program efficiently

Everything in Java is an object. Object-oriented means we organize our software as a combination of different types of objects that incorporates both data and behavior.


Basic concepts of OOPs are:

Don't worry if you don't understand these words now. We will go through each and every topics in this tutorial. Just remember these are things that makes java an object oriented programming language.


Examples

In easy words, you can say objects are real life entities and you can say a class as group of objects. Like: Cars is a class and Toyota, Volvo, Ford, etc. are its objects.

ClassObjects
AnimalsDogs
Cats
Tigers
Lions
FruitsApples
Bananas
Oranges
Grapes


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