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Questionfull answer with code pls Pin
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2.1 Define what is meant by a programming paradigm and explain the characteristics of different programming paradigms (Procedural, Object-Oriented, and Event-Driven) (Report).
2.2 Develop Java code examples for a certain scenario of your choice that implements the features and the characteristics of the different programming paradigms (Procedural, Object-Oriented, and Event-Driven). You should utilize the concepts of Encapsulation, Composition, Inheritance, and Polymorphism in your Object-Oriented code. (Code).
2.3 Compare and contrast the features and characteristic of each paradigm that you have used in developing your code in (2.2) (Screenshots of Code) (Report).
2.4 Critically evaluate the code examples that you have developed in (2.2) in terms of code structure and characteristics for each paradigm (Screenshots of Code) (Report).
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