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object-oriented

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Computers
object-orientedˈobject-ˌoriented adjective  object-oriented computer programming languages are based on objects that are arranged in a hierarchy object-oriented programming object-oriented languages
Examples from the Corpus
object-orientedSunSoft Inc is reportedly hard at work getting the object-oriented Distributed Objects Everywhere environment into product shape.SunSoft promises that Solaris Live!'s future includes integration with phone systems and object-oriented extensions.It will include graphical interface enhancements and offer a distributed object-oriented file system.Indeed, SunSoft hopes the whole Open Look versus Motif issue will recede with the advent of object-oriented interfaces.Apple offered the first pretty complete version of an object-oriented program.
From Longman Business Dictionaryobject-orientedˈobject-ˌoriented adjective [only before a noun]COMPUTING object-oriented programs and software are built up from different parts, rather than being supplied as a single packagea new operating system based on object-oriented software
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