Object-oriented programming (OOP), in its most basic sense, is a programming style used to organize code. Video games can run anywhere from a few thousand lines of code (Cut the Rope has 15,000) to millions of lines of code long (Crysis has over a million). You can see why it’s so important to write code that can be easily modified and maintained. Programming styles, such as OOP, help to organize code in such a way that it becomes easier to maintain and modify.
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