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It is said that the most essential part of support for object-oriented
programming is the object mechanism What are the basic concepts used in
object-oriented programming languages to support the object mechanism?
With reference to object-oriented programming languages define the
(e) Message protocol
(f) Multiple inheritance
(g) Instance of a class
Give a suitable example to illustrate the concepts of object, class and
inheritance used in object-oriented programming languages.
46. Differentiate between procedure-oriented and object-oriented programming
List out the advantages of object-oriented programming paradigm over
procedure-oriented programming paradigm.
48. What is polymorphism in the context of programming languages? Explain
with an example.
49. Since high-level languages are machine independent, one good high-level
language should have been sufficient for use on all computer systems. In-spite of
this fact, why are there so many high-level languages in use today? 50.
Briefly describe the development and use of the following programming
51. What is meant by standardization of a language? Why is it important?
52. What are comment statements? Why are they used in a program? How are
they treated by a language processor?
53. Name the four divisions of a COBOL program. What is the purpose of each
54. What is a self-documenting language? Illustrate with an example?
55. Why is COBOL often referred to as a self-documenting language?
56. The main drawback of COBOL is that it is a verbose language. How/has this
drawback been taken care of now to a large extent?
57. List out some of the program preparation techniques that are often included
under the term "structured programming".
In Java, the compiled code is machine independent. Explain how is t...
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