OOP and its Calculated Measures in Programming Interactivity

05/15/2018
by   U. Onu Fergus, et al.
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This study examines the object oriented programming (OOP) and its calculated measures in programming interactivity in Nigeria. It focused on the existing programming languages used by programmers and examines the need for integrating programming interactivity with OOP. A survey was conducted to measure interactivity amongst professionals using certain parameters like flexibility, interactivity, speed, interoperability, scalability, dynamism, and solving real life problems. Data was gathered using questionnaire, and analysis was carried out using frequency, percentage ratio, and mean in arriving at a more proactive stand. The results revealed that the some of the parameters used are highly in support of the programming interactivity with OOP.

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