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Many modern programming language features can be divided into two parts: basic features that are essential to use the programming paradigm and supporting concepts that are needed to facilitate the construction of more complex systems. So far, we have covered core language issues for the object-oriented paradigm, such as classes, inheritance, interfaces, and so on.
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- Language Features for Object-Oriented Implementation
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