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As far as question 1 goes, I don't think Java is called a pure OOP language. It is considered an OOP language, but not pure.
An example of a pure OOP language would be smalltalk.
Joined: Jul 11, 2001
I seriously doubt that "pure OO" has any meaning.
It's certainly true, though, that Smalltalk and a whole bunch of other languages are "much more OO" than Java.
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Joined: Oct 12, 2000
Originally posted by leela gunti: Why java is called pure oops? what topics are replaced with virtual functions? how to config the Type 4 driver?