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Are the terms "property" and "method" practical in programming languages other than JavaScript? [closed]

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Closed as unclear by Alexei‭ on Jul 26, 2021 at 04:33

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I would say that the terms "property" and "method" are basic in JavaScript programming (at least in the context of web/front), but are they basic or common in other programming languages such as C, Python, Java, C#, Ruby, etc. ?

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Don't really know. I absolutely do not want to read language specs or similar... (5 comments)
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