What is the difference between object oriented system and object oriented language?

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Please help me differentiate these two, object oriented system and object oriented language.

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What is the difference between object oriented system and object oriented language?

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Object-oriented systems are systems which are composed of "objects". Objects are the basic entities in an object-oriented system. Each object is unique and is distinguishable from others and has data stored in it. An object also describes the ways by which it can be used. Such objects send messages to each other and thus collaborate to determine the behavior of a system. Hence, systems which rely on objects to function are called object-oriented systems.

Object-oriented programming is a technique of computer programming which makes use of objects to design and write computer programs. There are various object-oriented programming languages, such as C++, C#, Java, etc which the programmers use to make object-oriented systems.

In general, object-oriented programming is a method by which object-oriented systems are built.

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What is the difference between object oriented system and object oriented language?

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If you need to find any information, you can use Google and try to look from Wikipedia, one of the best source for collecting information. I mostly use Wikipedia to collect information.
 
Here is the difference between object oriented system and object user interface:
 
An object oriented operating system is included in object oriented user interface, it is also included inside the programming framework and it is easily better than non-oriented operating system such as Microsoft windows or Unix system. Example, programming language as “C” not supporting any object orientation.
 
To get more clarification and information, you can go to the site: Wikipedia OOP. To get a clearer picture, object oriented language (OOL) or object oriented programming (OOP) mostly is a language or way of programming that use objects, the fields have something to do with data structures that have lists of data fields and dealing with the way that this field interact with each other in order to design and create an application or computer software.
 
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What is the difference between object oriented system and object oriented language?

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Hi Josella,

An object oriented system is the one that uses the concept of objects to carry out its functionalities. It has been created using an object oriented language.

Object oriented languages are the ones that use objects together with data fields and methods to create applications. Examples of such languages include java, c++, and C. They are used to create mobile applications and many others like chat rooms.

Hope this helps.

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Lee Hung.

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