object-oriented programming

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Noun1.object-oriented programming - creating a program that can use and support objects
computer programing, computer programming, programing, programming - creating a sequence of instructions to enable the computer to do something
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The word is derived from two others: Lua, meaning sun, and ata, meaning variously eggs, life, young, and reproduction.
You will come here again just before Lua hides his face behind the great cliff," announced the creature, "unless before that you are summoned by Him Who Speaks for Luata, in which case you will not have to eat any more.
DeFranco designed Lua after working with a software company that was performing relief efforts following the devastation of New Orleans and surrounding area from Hurricane Katrina.
Jonjo Shelvey notched a hat-trick for Blackpool and Lomana Lua Lua bagged a brace on his first start for the club, but Ian Holloway's men had more than a little help from Rachubka.
Following Lua Lua's opener he spilled a routine catch, leading to Tom Lees' dismissal for deliberate handball and Shelvey's first from the penalty spot.
Lua Lua was arrested after revellers clashed outside The Riverside club on Newcastle's quayside near closing time on June 20, 2011.
Tropical Cyclone Lua passed over Pardoo station approximately 100kms east of Atlas' Pardoo DSO mine.
But Lua Lua says he was already walking away when the fighting erupted.
Manchester United loanee Jesse Lingard and former Newcastle man Kazenga Lua Lua provide a threat either side of Argentinian striker Leo Ulloa.
Birmingham midfielder Chris Burke shot over shortly after the interval, Randolph having thwarted Lua Lua moments earlier.
This private collection of newspapers, edited by Brendan Mac Lua, who was also chief columnist for 28 years, was donated by his daughter Sinead Mac Lua, as her father wished.
The LUA was signed by Region 2 Director Jane Walters, Supervisory Examiner Marcus Wander Wall and Principal Examiner Jo-Ann Joyce for the NCUA.