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is java purely oop Language?
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# 1
java is not a pure object oriented .its partially object
oriented.object oriented means every thing should be used in
terms of java we use datatypes with out creating
any objects.using java we can do fully object oriented its a partially object oriented.
Is This Answer Correct ?    102 Yes 20 No
# 2
Perfect answer by Swapna. Java is not pure object oriented.
Data types are still not objects except String. I think the
only pure object oriented language still is smalltalk,
though i havent explored much with c#.
Is This Answer Correct ?    44 Yes 13 No
# 3
Java is not pure OOP Language because it uses primitive data
Is This Answer Correct ?    15 Yes 3 No
Vijay Tandel
# 4
No, because
1) data types not declaring by object except String, data
types are declaring in Literal types
2) It not support Multilevel inheritance
3) It does n't support operator overloading

So, java is not purely OOP concept
Is This Answer Correct ?    15 Yes 4 No
Baalu Aanand
# 5
no ,
java is not a purely object oriented language because it
doesnot support the feature multiple inhetiance .
it support the feature interface instead of multiple
Is This Answer Correct ?    23 Yes 15 No
# 6
no, because it uses primitive data type 
Is This Answer Correct ?    10 Yes 2 No
Mahaveer Bhaskar
# 7
Java is purely OOPL.primitives are simple datatypes in java
all the collections classes are uses wrapper class only not
a simple data types In all the applications we uses wrapper
class only not a primitives.we use primitives only for a
learning purpose and java supports native language that so
primitives still lives in java
Is This Answer Correct ?    5 Yes 0 No
# 8
No,java is not pure object oriented language ,not
everything done by an object.Pure oopl is small talk.
Is This Answer Correct ?    10 Yes 7 No
# 9
Java is not a pure oop lang. Smalltalk is a pure oop
Is This Answer Correct ?    9 Yes 6 No
# 10
According to oopl specification a language which considers
each and every component as an object.
1.But in java primitive datatypes are there so we can
consider java as not fullfledged oopl.
2.all of u guys plz think that java also providing wrapper
classes for each primitive,so can't it be full object
orientation(plz respond me on this point)
Is This Answer Correct ?    2 Yes 0 No
Vinay Chowdary

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