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Graded Discussion: 

Many professionals consider that, “The size of object-oriented programs is larger than procedural programs. Due to the larger size of programs, we may need more storage.”

Keeping in mind the current software and hardware market, how much this issue matter.? Justify your answer / comments with logical reasons. Clear and concise comments are suggested.

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Graded discussion will be launched on January 25, 2018 and it will remain open for two days. You can post your comments on below mentioned topic till January 26, 2018.

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In this era where storage devices are high capability to store data in tera bites. Are not issue to to store large size programme. In current market I prefer to object oriented language .by using object oriented methodology we can developed systems that are reliable , reusable and extensible , which are useful for long run. In opp data work as real world.. opp provide easy way to add new data and function (this is important for maintaince of code), opp provide data hiding (important for security , security is main concern in this era.).in opp we can control access of data by keeping it as private , public and protected. Code reuse . Design benefits. Data binding .


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