All cars share some common properties, such as the fact that they have tires, seats, brakes, MPG, and other specifications. Yet, most cars are also different based on their model, year, color, and so forth. These types of relationships between objects occur frequently, and as computer scientists, we want to model these relationships in an organized way such that the objects, containers of data, can help us better solve problems. The paradigm is called Object-oriented programming.
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