Swift Programming Tutorial: Object Oriented Programming using Classes

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Object-oriented programming (OOP) is an object based concept programming paradigm. The way OOP works is that an object is created, then it describes the thing and what it can do. In Swift, object is defined by using class. The description of the object is defined by: initialization, properties, methods, and inheritance.

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