N/APosted on - 07/29/2011
Hi all, I'm a newbie here. I'm taking classes for IT and a question came up, that I was wondering if you could help me with?
The question is, is Apple mostly object oriented in its programming?
Thanks in advance for any and all answers!
Best Regards, Steve Waugh
Does Apple mostly object oriented in its programming?
Yes, Apple mostly is object oriented in its programming, for OOP(object oriented programming) technique is more reliable, robust and secure, than simple approach.
However, it may vary from case to case. If you are talking about the Mac OS, then it is obvious that it OOP technique and Module based file handling technique is used.
Even a smaller program like iOS has to be OOP or Module based, to be reliable and more safer. No one can say with certainty that what is the particular language and technique used by Apple to develop their software, as they have never made it public. However engineers from apple team present papers in the seminars of organizations like IEEE and ACM.
Small iPhone applications may not follow these guide lines as they are developed by indigenous users.
Who have their own way of writing code.