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  1. #1
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    Aug 2006

    Question Is JAVA a pure or impure OOP

    Hello Friends I'm new to Java nd have a confusion not yet cleared that is java a pure or impure Object Oriented language?So Please If can help me out
    ....i Will be pleased if u can give me an accurate reason for the answer....

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    Dec 2005
    There's some controversy over the answer to your question, I suppose it depends on who you ask, and what their definition of 'pure' OOP is. Most experts will tell you that Java is not a pure OOP language, because it has primitive data types such as int, char, double, etc. that can store data without object instantiation. Of course, by that definition, nearly all OOP languages are impure.

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