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Sujittt Tripathyrr
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I am now in confusing because one question is "Is Java is Object Oriented or Not?"

Can you please clarify my doubts.

Barry Gaunt
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Moving to Beginners forum... (Search that forum the question has surely been discussed)

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Campbell Ritchie

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Barry Gaunt is right; there have been several threads about "Java is not fully object-oriented because it has primitive data types." You should find them if you do a quick search of Java In General (beginner) and JIG(advanced) and JIG(intermediate).

Ernest Friedman-Hill
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And because this has been asked so many times, and because people actually fight about this ultimately meaningless question, I'm going to close this thread.

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I agree. Here's the link:
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