The Rich History of Object-Oriented Programming Object-Oriented Programming seems normal today. Most languages in use today make use of some form of classes, instance variables, and methods. But Object-Oriented programming is much more diverse and beautiful than what you could possibly learn from a Java tutorial. I hope these resources give you a glimpse into the variety of forms Object-Oriented Programming can take.
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