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The Object-Oriented Thought Process: OOP vs. other programming paradigm?

Qunfeng Wang
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Does the book have a chapter to compare between OOP and other paradigm, like functional programming? It seems functional programming get popular these days. And it has some advantages over OOP.


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Hi,

There is no chapter in the book on functional programming or closures, etc. However, the primary premise of the book is that object-oriented programming is not a paradigm unto itself and encapsulates various other development paradigms - which is discussed throughout the book.

Matt

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