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Even though inheritance is a prominent idea among OOPs, composition has more advantages

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Absolutely, emphasizing the advantages of composition over inheritance in Object-Oriented Programming can be a compelling topic. Here are some potential titles for a blog post that underscores this perspective:

  1. “Redefining OOP Paradigms: Unveiling Composition’s Superiority Over Inheritance”
  2. “Beyond Inheritance: Why Composition Reigns Supreme in OOP Principles”
  3. “The Composition Advantage: Overcoming Inheritance Limitations in OOP”
  4. “Choosing Composition: Uncovering the Power and Flexibility it Offers in OOP”
  5. “Elevating Code Design: Why Composition Outshines Inheritance in OOP”
  6. “Revolutionizing OOP: Embracing Composition for Enhanced Flexibility and Maintainability”
  7. “The Strength of Composition: How It Transcends Inheritance in OOP Methodologies”
  8. “Ditching Inheritance: Leveraging Composition for Efficient and Agile Code”
  9. “The Evolutionary Shift: Prioritizing Composition over Inheritance in OOP Paradigms”
  10. “Empowering OOP with Composition: A Paradigm Shift from Inheritance-Based Design”
package comparison;
public class Top {
public int start() {
  return 0;
}
}
class Bottom extends Top {
 public int stop() {
  return 0;
 }
}

In the above example, inheritance is followed. Now, some modifications are done to the Top class like this:

public class Top {
 public int start() {
  return 0;
 }
 public void stop() {
 }
}

Feel free to adjust these titles or combine elements to better match the tone and emphasis of your blog post on highlighting the advantages of using composition as a preferred approach in Object-Oriented Programming.

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