In what programming language is easier to understand OOP?
Generally stormed I to programming! Studied database HTML&CSS, SASS (can not impose complex site).
Now moved on to study Java in order not to be narrow ( I do not want to not offend anyone), since it is not decided on the field, like Froent-end, but I want to develop and mob.app. So, started learning Java c books in the series Studied HeadFirst Java, it seems to be clear, but the sequence of knowledge offered by the book, leaves much to be desired (first HelloWorld>while>OOP), and OOP is not entirely clear!
Need Your help tell me, maybe there are languages where OOP is easier to understand or can you recommend a book on Java better?
And yet, once the fire is lit, on what programming language to start coding, to break into the field!) Thank you all and for your understanding too!)
OOP - Object-Oriented Programming. I.e. programming through the manipulation of objects. In contrast to the procedural demands large amounts of computing resources. Question: and what for it is necessary? It's very simple - a man thinks of objects, and the programmer is also a man. I.e. the programmer corny the PLO than the PLO. In the end, the Man of the PLO to master is not necessary, it knows by default, and OOP is easier to understand any JAPANESE including and JAVA.
Quickly to start "coding" in any programming language, including JAVA, but to write useful programs quickly will not work on any JAP. Some will never be
Delaney_Rutherford answered on March 19th 20 at 08:35
First learn OOP, its concept, principles, the meaning, and then how it is implemented in a particular language.
But not Vice versa.
And so the best OOP in C++, of course.