How OOPS concept is achieved in Java?




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How OOPS concept is achieved in Java?..

Answer / kk

Encapsulation,Inheritance,Polymorphism are OOPS principles.

In Java, these OOPS principles are achieved as follows:

Encapsulation & data hiding is achieved thru access modifiers

Inheritance is achieved thru Interfaces

Polymorphism is achieved thru overloading of methods

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How OOPS concept is achieved in Java?..

Answer / james

1) Encapsulation:- is achieved through
classes.(Binding/Storing data and methods as a single unit )
2) Abstraction:-it is achieved through private, protected,
public, default keywords.
3)Inheritance through interfaces.
4)polymorphism is achieved through method overloading and
constructor overloading.
5)Message Passing -through objects calling

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How OOPS concept is achieved in Java?..

Answer / niranjanravi

by polymorphism,inheritance,abstraction,encapsulation

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How OOPS concept is achieved in Java?..

Answer / ranjan

Encapsulation which is achieved by making classes.

Inheritance which is achieved by extending class and implementing interfaces.

polymorphism is achieved by function overriding and function overloading. Operator overloading is not allowed in java although implicitly string class uses + operator..


note : Abstraction is nothing its just showing functionality and hiding complexity

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How OOPS concept is achieved in Java?..

Answer / rahul

Thru java encapsulation, inheritence, polymorphism.

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How OOPS concept is achieved in Java?..

Answer / abhiram patil

1)using Classes & Interfaces

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