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Hi Sergio

You and I have different definitions of "Object Oriented", although I believe we agree that we can use OO concepts in the design of our applications. OO languages like Java and C++ help you use OO ways of working - you can "create" objects using service programs, but you have to manage the structural stuff, the attributes, the methods (getters, setters, etc.) You don't have qualified methods in service programs, right? Service programs are very like DLLs in Windows, like .o files, perhaps, in C/C++ - and those are not "Object Oriented" files.


On Wed, 22 Feb, 2023 at 1:48 PM, Sergio Luis Puentes-Valladares <spuentes@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

To: midrange systems technical discussion

The versions prior to the ILE environment, are not Object Oriented, but
from the ILE environment,
we have Object Orientation, when using Procedure, Service Programs and


Sergio L Puentes Valladares

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