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difference between object oriented programming and proceduaral programming

nagi ponnaganti
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Joined: Nov 22, 2009
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hello guys,
I have a question on the difference between procedure oriented and object oriented programming:

can anyone please give an example and explian on how procedural programing give importance to 'code' rather than 'data' and object oriented programming give importance to 'data' rather than 'code'.

Thanks in advance.
Jan Cumps
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Welcome to the JavaRanch, Nagi.


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Jan Cumps
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Wikipedia has a brief comparison between the two.
 
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