Is java purely object oriented language?

India
December 17, 2008 8:23am CST
I am mahesh. I am studing mca. Presently learing java languge some douts in this question tell me answer all friends.
4 responses
• China
17 Dec 08
Yes ,Java is purely object oriented language in below link : http://microlps.ucoz.net/publ/5-1-0-23 you can know how to use UML and java to complete the software object oriented design and developement
• India
18 Dec 08
I am not satisfied your answer. How to tell java pure Object orented language.
• India
4 Jan 09
Yes Java is a purely Object Oriented Language but it is better than any other language weather it is C ,C++ ,Fortron,foxpro..etc..
• India
3 Jan 09
Object oriented means nothing but you want everything as a natural way. Think about you project and try to solve in java. If you project needs abstraction, if your project needs inheritance, if your project needs same thing done in different way[Overrides], all are available in java with very nice manner. To go ahead with Java OOP, You may also need Design Patters to use it with very effectiveness. Go ahed Read the design patters and You are ready....
@mr_mlk (364)
29 Dec 08
This topic comes up a lot on the JDC. The two answers given are: Define "purely object oriented". Pure OO is not defined any ware, thus either anything can be pure, or nothing is pure. Depending on who you choose to follow. or No, it has primitives.