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Why Java is Partially OOP language?
It supports usual declaration of primitive data types
It doesn’t support all types of inheritance
It allows code to be written outside classes
It does not support pointers
Explanation: As Java supports usual declaration of data variables, it is partial implementation of OOP. Because according to rules of OOP, object constructors must be used, even for declaration of variables.
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