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OO CONCEPT IN JAVA

 
sumit panigrahi
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JAVA IS NOT A 100% OBJECT ORIENETD LANGUAGE.I DO NOT KNOW THE EXACT REASON.SOMEBODY OPINES B'COZ IT DOES NOT SUPPORT MULTIPLE INHERITANCE, BUT IT IS NOT ENTIRELY TRUE AS C++ IS ALSO NOT 100% OBJECT ORIENTED WHEREAS IT SUPPORTS THE SAME.KINDLY REPLY THE ANSWER.I WILL BE ERY THANKFUL TO ALL WHO WILL SHARE HIS KNOWLEDGE WITH ME.THANKING YOU ALL.
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SUMIT
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Chris Mathews
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Please take off cap locks.
Most people say that Java is not fully object-oriented because of its dichotomy between objects and primitives. The often used example of a fully OO language is Smalltalk or Eiffel.
See this similar thread we had a few months ago in the OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring Forum: Java and OOPS.
 
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