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Explain OOP and its relation to the .NET Framework?

OOP is the acronym for Object-Oriented Programming. It is a programming structure that uses self- contained entities called ‘objects’ instead of methods to achieve the desired functionality. OOP allows .NET developers to create modular programs and classes containing methods, properties, fields, events, and other logical modules.