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    Is java a fully object oriented programming or not? if not why?



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    Java is not Fully Object Oriented langauge b'caz of it has Primitive Datatypes like float, int, char etc.



    Depends on the definition of " fully object oriented programming".There is no such term in Java World IMHO.



    Posted by: Amit Rane    

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    yes,it is perfect object oriented language.Without class ,we never write a piece of program in java.Any thing we want to be represented ,that must be within in class



    Posted by: venkata ramana rao     

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    According to industry experts the language/technology like java is pure object oriented programming language because every java program will satisfy all the oops principles.



    Posted by: ramya    

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    No,because fully Object Oriented programming language means it uses objects only but it is also used primitives like int,float,char.
    So java follows Object Oriented Principles but it is not a fully Object Oriented Programming language.



    Posted by: N CHANDRASEKHARA REDDY    

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    yes,Java is the pure object oriented , coz we are writing everything inside the class only.
    Some peoples are telling bcoz of primitive datatypes java is not pure object oriented, its wrong
    In java there is concept called wrapper class i.e., it treats all primitive datatypes as a objects
    Example for int
    Integer i = new Integer(3);



    Posted by: sridhar    

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    Java is not a fully object Oriented Lang. because java does not treat all the primitive types(char,float,int) like objects..we have to use wrapper class and does nt support all the types of inheritance..Their are 6 rules for fully object oriented language.but java supports only 4 of them.



    Posted by: Amik Pramanik    

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    yes,Java is the pure object oriented , coz we are writing everything inside the class only.
    Some peoples are telling bcoz of primitive datatypes java is not pure object oriented, its wrong
    In java there is concept called wrapper class i.e., it treats all primitive datatypes as a objects
    Example for int
    Integer i = new Integer(3);s0 i can agree java is an bject oriented programming language



    Posted by: sudhakar    

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    no,java is not purely object oriented language bcoz without object creating we can make a programme in java by using static keyword.



    Posted by: jitendra kumar    

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