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Component-oriented programming

Component-oriented programming is a programming paradigm which has as its goal to develop software by means of software components, believeing that this will increase speed of development and reliability of the resulting computer systems and computer programs.

The languages used while producing these components and component containers may be in principle any programming language, component-oriented programming is not a language per se. The objective C programming language by Brad Cox is tailored for component-orientation though.

The term is often used in conjunction with rapid application development (RAD[?]).

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