What is Object-Based Programming?
Object-based programming is a paradigm where programs are organized around objects. An object is an instance of a class that encapsulates data and methods related to that data. It allows for modular and reusable code, making it easier to manage complex systems.
a) Prototype Inheritance
b) Prototype Modification
3. Functions as First-Class Citizens
4. Distinguishing Features
- It doesn’t have classes in the traditional sense. Instead, objects can be created independently.
- It supports dynamic typing, allowing variables to hold values of different types at runtime.
- It has a global object called the “window” object in web browsers and “global” object in Node.js.