What are the differences between OOP and AOP?

What are the differences between OOP and AOP?

 OOP(Object Oriented Programming):


 1 OOP looks at an application as a set of collaborating objects. OOP code scatters system level code  like logging, security etc with the business logic code.
 2 OOP  has classes, objects, interfaces etc.
 3 Provides benefits such as code reuse, flexibility, improved maintainability, modular architecture,  reduced development time etc with the help of polymorphism, inheritance and encapsulation.
 AOP(Aspect Oriented Programming):

 1 AOP looks at the complex software system as combined implementation of multiple concerns like  business logic, data persistence, logging, security, multithread safety, error handling, and so on.  Separates business logic code from the system level code. In fact one concern remains unaware of  other  concerns.
 2 AOP nomenclature has join points, point cuts, advice, and aspects.
 3 AOP implementation coexists with the OOP by choosing OOP as the base language. For example:  AspectJ uses Java as the base language.
 4 AOP provides benefits provided by OOP plus some additional benefits which are discussed in the  next question.

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