Difference between object oriented and object based languages

Difference between object oriented and object based languages

04 Apr 2024
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Object-oriented and Object-based programming languages have some different features and behavior. In this article, I am going to expose the main difference between these two programming languages.

Object-oriented language

  1. The object-oriented language supports all the features of OOPs.

  2. Object-oriented language doesn't has an in-built object.

  3. Object-oriented languages are C++, C#, Java etc.

Object-based language

  1. Object-based language doesn't support all the features of OOPs like Polymorphism and Inheritance

  2. Object-based language has an in-built object like javascript has a window object.

  3. Object-based languages are Javascript, VB, etc.


In this article, I try to expose the difference between object oriented and object based languages. I hope after reading this article you will be able to differentiate between these two languages. I would like to have feedback from my blog readers. Please post your feedback, question, or comments about this article.

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