Jacascript OOPs

  1. Javascript is Classless, prototype-oriented language.
  2. More flexible language and supports  Class-based programming.
  3. Class based programming always forces strong typing , encapsulation and coding convention.
  4. Class-based code is more likely to be predictable, extensible, and scalable over time.

It is important to be able to clearly distinguish between classes and instances. In simple terms, a class is the blueprint of a concept, while an instance is the actualization of the blueprint. Let’s look at some examples:

  • “Building” is a class, while the Empire State Building is an instance of “Building”.
  • “Dog” is a class, while Lassie is an instance of “Dog”.
  • “Computer” is a class, while the computer you’re using is an instance of “Computer”.

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