What is the difference between procedural programming and OOPs?

Procedural Oriented programming and Object Oriented programming are two different ways of approaching a problem to come up with a solution.

Let see the main differences between procedural programming and OOPs:

POP – Procedural Oriented programming OOP – Object Oriented programming
POP mainly deals with algorithms OOP mainly deals with data
Procedural programming exposes the data to external entities Programs are divided into objects, and the data is hidden from external entities
POP is less secure OOP is more secure
Development is slow Development is fast

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