OOPs revolve around the four concepts:
In OOPs, these concepts are implemented through a class definition and achieved through the object creation process, programmatically.
Here we will discuss Inheritance briefly:
-- Inheritance is the mechanism to
organize and structure the software program in an hierarchical manner.
-- Through inheritance a new class can inherit some existing behavior and states of another class. This promotes the concept of code reusability.
-- Inheritance saves work as the already existing class allows the new class to inherit all the properties of the old general class and as a programmer you only require the new features.
-- Inheritance allows various objects to share certain things common by allowing to define a general class and later to organize some other classes simply adding some details with the old class definition.
-- Inheritance allows a better data analysis, reduction in development time, less coding and better performance.
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