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Object-oriented Programming vs. Functional Programming: Which Is Better?by@iggy
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Object-oriented Programming vs. Functional Programming: Which Is Better?

by Ignatius Sani4mOctober 12th, 2021
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This article is not for a complete beginner but a basic understanding of any programming language is needed. Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a programming paradigm based on the concept of "objects", which can contain data and code. Functional programming is all about ‘separations of concerns’ which object-oriented. programming does as well, which is just a way of making sure code does one thing it’s good at. Functional. programming and Object-Oriented Programming have the same goal, which are: Both help us with clarity in our code. They are easy to extend and maintain our code.

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