So yep, Interface Builder for NEXTStep, Visual Basic for Windows, and xCode for OS X. These are all examples of object-oriented programming tools. But now, is non-object-oriented programming dead and a thing of the past? What's your opinion? Thanks and have a great day! :3
asked Nov 26 '11 at 17:16
Fact is OOP is a very small fraction of programs that are written. Yes if i was to create a GUI based application to run on an existing platform, I would go with OOP. but operating systems are written in C, or atleast are most likely have the kernel in C. your chip set, BIOS, any firmware is most likely C or assembly. Your cellphone, once again most likely C. your printer... C. your TV is written in C. and guess what your microwave and your oven also have programs that they run... can you guess what they are most likely written in?
My personal focus is C and assembly for embedded devices. I do not do much in the way of desktop applications. so to answer your question, No.
answered Apr 09 '12 at 15:33