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Object-oriented technology takes software development beyond procedural programming into a world of reusable programming that simplifies development of applications. Operating systems and applications are created as multiple modules that are linked together to create a functional program. Any module can be replaced or updated at any time without a need to update the entire operating system or program. Modules may also be located in different locations, thus supporting distributed computing and the Internet.
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