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Programming Languages

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Generations 1-4 programming languages all have a process-oriented approach that programmers would have to write each program individually and also for each specific computer type by using the binary number system and SQL. The data generated by Generations 1-4 was either input data or stored in a file and was separate to the processing. This crated more work for the programmers in having to write a new program for each specific function and processing command.

Object-oriented programming (OOP) organizes programming logic around objects instead of by process. The process and data processes are combined into the object. Similar objects can be combined to make a class. A class is a structured program that can be used for variety of similar layouts. This allows programmers to use a current written program and utilize it to create new objects for information to be filled in (new accounts

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