What is the full form of oops

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What is the full form of OOPS ? I have heard some say that it is an Object-oriented programming structure while others say it is an Object-oriented programming system. Which one is correct ?
 

Feb 8, 2022 in Python by Rahul
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To answer your doubt, the programming paradigm is OOP which states the full form as ‘object oriented programming’. All the other full forms may have been derived from it and can mean everything.
answered Feb 8, 2022 by Soham
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