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Thread: Is Java 100% OOP

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    Hi to all
    Some body told me java is 99% OOP and C# is 100% can any one tell which thing is make java 99% OOP.........?


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    Default Re: Is Java 100% OOP

    The Java primitive data types.

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    Default Re: Is Java 100% OOP

    Quote Originally Posted by kbbaloch View Post
    Hi to all
    Some body told me java is 99% OOP and C# is 100% can any one tell which thing is make java 99% OOP.........?
    What exactly does it mean to be a certain percentage OOP? This is one of those statements that sounds like a valid argument but doesn't actually mean very much.
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    Default Re: Is Java 100% OOP

    The Java primitive data types

    int, string, float etc..............?

    these types.................?

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    Default Re: Is Java 100% OOP

    int, string, float etc..............?
    int, float etc....
    String is not primitive data type.

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    Default Re: Is Java 100% OOP

    double, float, int, long, short, byte, boolean <---- Those

    Java HIGHLY encourages you (and by that I mean puts a knife to your throat) to program in an OO way. However, no language can control how you program. OO, functional, imperative, etc.. they are all just paradigms. OOP is just a style by which you program, and the style most Java programmers prefer because Java will provide the most maintainability and efficiency when it is used.