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  CSCI N201:     Programming Concepts  Copyright   ©2005   Department of Computer & Information Science Introducing Object   -   Oriented   Programming (OOP)  CSCI N201: Programming ConceptsCopyright   ©2004   Department of Computer & Information Science Goals ã   By the end of this lecture, you should … ã   Understand the three pillars of Object   -Oriented Programming: Inheritance,   Encapsulation and Polymorphism. ã   Understand what an object is. ã   Understand object attributes, methods   and events.   ã   Understand how programmers use APIs.  CSCI N201: Programming ConceptsCopyright   ©2004   Department of Computer & Information Science Programming Languages ã   Programming languages allow   programmers to code software.   ã   The three major families of languages are:  –   Machine languages  –    Assembly languages  –   High   -   Level languages  CSCI N201: Programming ConceptsCopyright   ©2004   Department of Computer & Information Science Machine Languages ã   Comprised of 1s and 0s ã   The “native” language of a computerã   Difficult to program    –   one misplaced 1 or   0 will cause the program to fail. ã   Example of code:   1110100010101 111010101110 10111010110100 10100011110111
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