Is Inheritance in OO, objects embedded within object not types of singular objects or cells?

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Is inheritance in OO, objects embedded within object not types of singular objects or cells?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    What did it mean, "Is inheritance in OO"? Did you mean, Object Oriented? Are you referring a programming language like C++/Java/C# etc.? Assuming you are in a learning process and please read your study materials to gain solid knowledge. This is the better way to learn.
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  • romana
    The question ask do you know the differences between inheritance & type or subtype?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    @romana, what respect did you ask that? assuming you are in  a learning process. You can read your study materials and gather knowledge for your future purpose. Also here is a good reference, Learning Object-Oriented Programming, by C Hillar Gastn
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  • Subhendu Sen
    @romana, what respect did you ask that? assuming you are in  a learning process. You can read your study materials and gather knowledge for your future purpose. Also here is a good reference, Learning Object-Oriented Programming, by C Hillar Gastn
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  • romana
    No need, I invented  OO I am the one who taught the woeld about it not Katy who think class in boigy is the sane as cell types or Simula who thinks inheritance is or an be a types, subtype or prototype.
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  • TheRealRaven
    @romana, if you "invented" OO, you're a good half-century late in asserting it. And the technology has advanced well beyond what it was in the beginning; so disagreeing with terminology today is less than pointless -- it's counter-productive unless you can show a working OO system that demonstrates differences while simultaneously materially improves upon competing systems and technologies.
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