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introduction to Perl 5 for web developers
Object-Oriented Programming  
Okay, so by the late 1980s, the software industry was beginning to get seriously bogged down by spaghettification and was looking for some real answers.

Enter Object Oriented Programming (OOP)

OOP was built to help manage the complexification of software through abstraction. In OOP, you build small, self-contained bits of code which correspond more closely to how you think about your program and how your program mirrors the real world.

OOP provides abstraction through four foundation concepts:

  • Objects
  • Encapsulation
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism

Let's look at each of these concepts...

Object-Oriented Programming Resources  
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