tl;dr Your transition from procedural coding to object-oriented programming (OOP) involves a transformation in the way that you think about code. While procedural coding is more step-action-based design pattern, i.e. do this and then that, OOP takes you into a world expressed by nouns with a focal point upon defining the representation of that "thing" to be captured in code. This thought shift paradigm takes time to master, just as learning your elementaries takes time and practice. Let's discuss your journey into the wonderland of OOP. Your transition from procedural coding to object-oriented programming (OOP) involves a transformation in the way that you think about code. While procedural coding is more step-action-based design pattern, i.e. do this and then that, OOP takes you into a world expressed by nouns with a focal point upon defining the representation of that “thing” to be captured in code. This thought shift paradigm takes time to master, just as learning your elementaries takes time and practice. Let’s discuss your journey into the wonderland of OOP. When I look at a project, my mind surveys at a 30,000 ft view to identify each of the components by noun. I see pages first,
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