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I choose Circuit Switching, because it used at far distances and gives us smooth, reliable and real time communication without Interviewed by any other Application.

 

In Circuit Switching there are no data loss because a dedicated link has been established between Sender and Receiver by allocating all the resources of the Circuit so, there are no external data in transmission that can create conflict so by this feature we can achieve no data loss and security.

The main objective of developing object oriented programming paradigm was to manage complexity of functional/procedural programming paradigm. But, some of the developers/experts state that “it is taking lot of time and brain power in thinking about abstraction and design patterns (in object oriented programming paradigm) instead of finding the solution of our actual real-life problems.”

Considering yourself as an expert of object oriented programming do you agree with the above mentioned statement? Give your opinion (yes/no) with two solid reasons.

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Yes, its that OOP takes a lot of time and brain power in thinking about abstraction and design patterns. But I disagree with the given statement.
Reasons:
1. Encapsulation
One of the basic concepts of OOP is encapsulation. It combines a series of computer instructions. It reduces complexity of program.
2. Reuse code
The most common type ofcs304 gdb solution 

Yes, its that OOP takes a lot of time and brain power in thinking about abstraction and design patterns. But I disagree with the given statement.
Reasons:
1. Encapsulation
One of the basic concepts of OOP is encapsulation. It combines a series of computer instructions. It reduces complexity of program.
2. Reuse code
The most common type of reuse is referring to the reuse of source code within parts of an application and possibly across multiple applications. It potentially reduces both development and maintenance costs, and original source code you need to write. reuse is referring to the reuse of source code within parts of an application and possibly across multiple applications. It potentially reduces both development and maintenance costs, and original source code you need to write.

Yes it is taking a lot of timing and brain power in thinking about abstraction and design pattern.
But with your mentioned statement I does not agree
1. Oops way is flexible and reliable , because one object provides us freedom to change implementa
tion for other aspect of object.
2. Oops way is reducing programming effort. And also reduce our code redundancy . It make our program easy and also understandable.

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Yes, its that OOP takes a lot of time and brain power in thinking about abstraction and design patterns. But I disagree with the given statement.
Reasons:
1. Encapsulation
One of the basic concepts of OOP is encapsulation. It combines a series of computer instructions. It reduces complexity of program.
2. Reuse code
The most common type of reuse is referring to the reuse of source code within parts of an application and possibly across multiple applications. It potentially reduces both development and maintenance costs, and original source code you need to write.

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If i consider myself as an expert of Object Oriented Programming then i am not agree with the above statement that OOP takes lot of time & brain power in thinking about abstraction & it does not find solutiono of our actual real-life problems Because;

1:- OOP helps to reduce the complexity and also improves the maintainability of the system. When combined with the concepts of the Encapsulation and Polymorphism, Abstraction gives more power to the Object oriented programming languages.It helps to reduce the complexity and also improves the maintainability of the system. When combined with the concepts of the Encapsulation and Polymorphism, Abstraction gives more power to the Object oriented programming languages.

2:- Procedural programming does not have any proper way for hiding data so it is less secure if compared to In OOP, data is more important than function.Procedural programming is based on unreal world whereas OOP is based on real world.

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