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19: Data Objects
In this exercise we'll focus on objects as a data type (or container), and I'll call them "data objects" to differentiate them from "objects" in object-oriented programming. There really is no difference between a "data object" and an "OOP object". They are the exact same thing but used in different ways. Using an object to store key=value data is the first simplest usage of an object. Then when you learn OOP you'll learn how to add to the "data object" concept for object-oriented programming.
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