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pjmlp · 2019-03-04 · Original thread
Which is ironic, given that people tend to forget that it was C++ which made OOP mainstream, there wasn't any Java or C# back then, two fully OOP based languages.

The other part is that component oriented programming is actually a branch of OOP, from CS point of view, with books published on the subject at the beginning of the century.

"Component Software: Beyond Object-Oriented Programming"

First edition uses Component Pascal, Java and C++, with the 2nd edition replacing Component Pascal for C#.

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