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OOPLObject Oriented Programming Language
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The aforementioned points are made solely to support the assertion that the instruction of students in OOPL is a very complex process because of the nature of the material, which is highly conceptual as well as practically applicable.
Flexible and reusable code is an end result of the application of the concepts that underpin OOPL (Coad and Yourdon, 1991a, 1991b).
Functionally, OOPL evolved from the established logic used in procedural languages--top-down modularity (Pennington, Lee and Rehder, 1995).