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Sat, 18 Nov 2017

Procedural vs. object-oriented: How should you code?

I'm a procedural programmer at this point. I understand the idea behind object-orientation, but going from those hokey examples (start with an animal class, then add a dog class) to actual code is another thing entirely.

I planned to base this post on a link that was supposed to be about procedural programming vs. OOP, and the article was pretty much a mess and didn't help me, so I'm not linking to it.

I need to see real code that uses OOP. That's the only way I'll figure it out.