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Four pillars of OOP

Four pillars of OOP: Nail Your C# Developer Interview
Four pillars of OOP: Nail Your C# Developer Interview

The acronym “A PIE” can help you recall the four pillars of object-oriented programming. 1. Abstraction - the process of exposing essential features of an entity while hiding other irrelevant detail. 2. Polymorphism - the ability to take different forms or stages. A subclass can define its own unique behavior. 3. Inheritance - the ability to create a new class from an existing class. 4. Encapsulation - when you hide your implementation details/mechanism from other modules.

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Developer Programming Languages C#

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