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Compare and contrast object-oriented technology

Details: A company is about to begin a new project but before they start they would like to implement a new filing system. They have hired a consulting company to advise them on the best type of filing system for their business. The consultants suggested using object-oriented technology. Yet the internal information systems team was hesitant to use object-oriented technology. They instead suggested using structured programming.

Compare and contrast object-oriented technology and structured programming so that the managers of the organization can make the best decision for their business.

Objective: Define the relationship between programming languages and applications
Define the relationship between programming languages and applications

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Compare and contrast object-oriented technology and structured programming so that the managers of the organization can make the best decision for their business.
Object-oriented programming: It is a programming paradigm that uses objects and their interactions to design applications and computer programs.
Structured programming: A technique for organizing and coding computer programs in which a hierarchy of modules is used, in which each having a single entry and a exit point. Its control is passed downward through the structure without unconditional branches to higher levels of the structure.
The advantages of object-oriented technology and structured programming are given below:
ADVANTAGES OF OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
The advantages of using object-oriented programming languages are :
• It is modular.
• It is possible to write a ...

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The solution compares and contrast object-oriented technology and structured programming so that the managers of the organization can make the best decision for their business. The relationship between programming languages and application are defined.

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