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What kind of help u want?
@atlas like a study guide. with wat should i begin. Somthing like UML or OOP directly..?
You are new to OOP, use OOP directly............btw, which language you use for procedural programming
@atlas i know c, c++, java (basic) but i program on vb evryday
I you know C++, I believe u are already familiar with OOP
C++ and Java are the two most-used oop-languages. If you know them you don't need an introduction anymore. OOP is based on the idea, that everything is an object. For example: You have to modellise an application, which holds a list of students with their names, matriculation number, age, ... In imperative programming you would set up a table with these properties and some methods, which call the entries. But in object-oriented programming you write a class for this list, which holds an two-dimensional array and some methods to call or change the entries - and this class now can be used from anyone, as long as they know how to call the methods. The main advantage of oop is, that everything is modular and that the teamwork on one project is highly enhanced, because everyone can just set up a class, which the others can use without any knowledge about the class itself - besides how to call the methods.
OOP is more than just knowing and regurtitating a bunch of buzzwords like Encapsulation, Multiple Inheritance, Polymorphism, Model-View-Controller, etc.; it is a whole programming methodology, patterns to effectively drive complexity under the ground through powerful means of abstractions such as objects, classes, message passing, and other stuff.
Check for youtube channel TheNewBoston, you will find alot of help from there.
you can reading the "object oriented programming in c++ to ROBERT LAFORE " it so great for oop and you can start with it..and have more examples about oop
and if you want start with JAVA " the complete reference in java " great too