Is Java is a 100% Pure OOP Language?
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Posted By:   Anonymous
Posted On:   Monday, October 11, 2004 12:08 AM


what are the points of OOPS lacking in Java language so that Java is not a 100% Pure OOP Language?

Re: Is Java is a 100% Pure OOP Language?

Posted By:   luke_raeside  
Posted On:   Tuesday, October 19, 2004 07:21 AM

I think the biggest offender is the primitive types, since these aren't objects at all! (regardless of available wrapper class), pure OO systems like Smalltalk insist that everything in your system is an object in it's own right, i.e. has identity, state and behaviour

Re: Is Java is a 100% Pure OOP Language?

Posted By:   vivek_sharma  
Posted On:   Monday, October 11, 2004 02:47 AM


Before answering this i wud like to emphasize on the
fact that by no means more/complete OO languages are
better than less OO languages.


Java is not 100 % OO because(just include fe points so
that u may get an idea):


1. Operator overloading (except +)is not possible in
java.

2.Primitives are not Objects.Though ofcourse, we have
wrapper class for that.

3.Multible inheritance through classes is not possible.

4. Availability of static methods and variables.
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