Object-oriented



[ob-jikt-awr-ee-en-tid, ‐ohr‐, ob-jekt‐] /ˈɒb dʒɪktˌɔr iˌɛn tɪd, ‐ˈoʊr‐, ˈɒb dʒɛkt‐/

adjective, Computers.
1.
pertaining to or denoting a system, programming language, etc., that supports the use of objects, as an entire image, a routine, or a data structure.

1. (OO) See object-oriented programming. See also object-oriented analysis, object-oriented database, object-oriented design.
2. vector graphics.

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