The Computer Revolution/Programming/Aspect Oriented Programming

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Aspect oriented programming is an approach to program design in which different functions are clearly separated. It is emerged out of an object- oriented programming as it uses some of its concepts. It is little different from other programming as it is more advanced. It makes programming easier. It is easy to understand as well as efficient. It makes possible to break the big programs into small programs to make it more understandable and manageable. It helps to focus on separating the components by using different classes and modules. It helps to reduce the redundancy by using the code segment without repeating the code throughout the whole program. These programs basically compliment each other rather than competing. This is done so program components can be developed and modified individually from one another or the component can be reused with separate non-related objects.

Some benefits of aspect oriented programming is the quality of code have improved. Another benefit is it takes programmers less time to write a program. By using this programming, it reduces redundancy, improve software quality and lower IT maintenance costs.