Define the following terms with an example 1Objecrs 2Classes 3Class diagram 4Values and attributes 5Operations and methods

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Define the following terms with an example 1)Objecrs 2)Classes 3)Class diagram 4)Values and attributes 5)Operations and methods.



3)Class diagram

4)Values and attributes

5)Operations and methods.

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AN object is a concept or abstraction that has a meaning for the application.


An object is a instance or occurrence of a class. A class describes a group of objects with same property. (Attributes ,behaviour)

3)Class diagram.

Class diagram provide a graphic notation for modeling classes and their relationship describing possible objects.

4)Values and attributes.

A value is a piece of data an attribute is a value that describes the named property of a class held by each object of a class.

Ex:Birth day---->Attribute,Value------>21 Oct

5)Operations and methods.

An operation is a function or procedure that may be applied or by an object in the class.

Ex:-Print is an operation we can use different method to do that job.

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