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◕ What is the different between the Object Oriented Programing (OOP) and the Traditional Procedural Programming?

The main difference between a Object Oriented Program [OOP] and a Traditional Procedural Program is the decision making during the runtime instead of the compile time.

RunTime: Runtime means, while a program is running.

Compile Time: Compile time means, when the compiler is putting a program all together.

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A runtime decision is like, let you are a vacation. That time choosing what sights to visit depending on the weather, mood and expenses. This means during the vacation you can change your decision any time during the journey.

Whereas a compile time decision is like going to a preset schedule, regardless of the conditions of weather, mood or expenses. You cannot change your decision at all once you start the journey.



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