Subject-Object Based Metaphysics

Object-based

In general, object-based indicates that something such as a theory, language, or model is based on the concept of object.

In computer science, the term object-based has two different, incompatible senses:

  1. A somehow limited version of object-oriented programming where one or more of the following restrictions applies:
  2. Prototype-based systems (i.e., those based on "prototype" objects which are not instances of any class)

Visual Basic is an example of a language that is object-based in the first sense of the term, JavaScript in the second.

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