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Program slicing for object-oriented programming languages.
The take-one-from-column-A and one-from-column-B approach of object-oriented programming makes it far easier for software developers to create applications that can be easily customized by a user without any programming skills, yet that retain full communications functionality between programs authored on the same platform.
Studies have shown that object-oriented programming can improve programmer productivity somewhere between two and five times.
New object-oriented programming capabilities include full support for classes and objects, inheritance, methods, properties, events, and packages.
was the first company to deliver object-oriented programming to personal computers with its Smalltalk/V products in 1985.
Object-oriented programming came in second at 50 percent.

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