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OOPS Concepts and .NET

Posted by Viral Sarvaiya on September 16, 2009


Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) is a software development paradigm that suggests developers to split a program in building blocks known as objects. The OOP paradigm allows developers to define the object’s data, functions, and its relationship with other objects.

Microsoft created the .NET Framework using OOP, and knowing this concepts has helped me to understand the .NET Framework and to design and develop better software components. The purpose of this article is to describe the basic OOP concepts using real world scenarios and to provide some code samples that demonstrate how to work with OOP and .NET.

this article is in two part

1) Part 1

2) Part 2

For more detail click here


5 Responses to “OOPS Concepts and .NET”

  1. Esteban said

    Really nice article, there are still some developers whom passed from structured programming into oop and they might get a wide load of understanding from it.

  2. Bijayani said


    I happened to see your post and find it quite informative. I would like to share a link some knowledge where a software engineer has shared a tip on OOPs.

    Here is the link:

    Hope you find it useful and of assistance.


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