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OOP is something that make your "prgramming life easier".

At a very high level, it allows you to write one function and use it over and over and over again making your program easier to code, more compact and more efficent.

Again, at a very high level, in OOP you write a "class" which is basically a group of variables and methods/functions. When you instantiate a class, you basically make a copy of the original class which allows you do manipulate it any way you choose. You can do this multiple times allowing you, like i said above, to use the same variables/methods/functions over and over again.

Hope this helps.

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