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Paper description

Write a minimum three page paper that compares and contrasts two object oriented programming languages. Be sure to cover the following:

Paper SectionPercent

Description of object-oriented programming5

Description and background of an object oriented programming language20

Description and background of another object oriented programming language20

Discuss similarities of the two languages20

Discuss differences of the two languages20

References (cannot use unpublished articles from Internet, at least use Google Scholar)5

Format: double-spaced, 12 point Times New Roman font, title page10


Paper format

The paper shall comprise to following components

1.Title page, centered vertically and horizontally

a.Course number and name: “COP 3330 Object Oriented Programming”

b.Student name: “FirstName LastName”

c.Student PID: “PID”

d.Date: “Month Day, Year”

2.Body of the paper


b.Description and background of an object oriented programming language

c.Description and background of an object oriented programming language

d.Discuss similarities of the two languages. Bullet statements or tables are not acceptable.

e.Discuss differences of the two languages. Bullet statements or tables are not acceptable.


3.Reference list

i.At least two scholarly references.

ii.APA format, example

Solow, Brian K,M.D., F.A.A.F.P. (2010). Your good name: Protecting yourself from physician identity theft. Physician Executive, 36(3), 30-3.




a.Title page

b.Minimum 3 pages of content


d.12 point Times New Roman font


Academic Honesty

Any occurrence of academic dishonesty (including, but not limited to, cheating, copying, plagiarism, etc…) with respect to any exam, paper, or assignment will result in a grade of F, followed by the documented procedures for dealing with such behavior as described in the UCF Golden Rule: A Handbook for Students.

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