Object-oriented programming (OOP) Programming that focuses on grouping, simplification, streamlining, and standardization.

Objective(s) Goal, or the end toward which an effort is directed and resources and strategies are focused.

Objective and task method Procedure for preparing a promotional budget, setting out the OBJECTIVES and the budget required to achieve those objectives.

Objectivity Accounting concept that eliminates or minimizes bias and subjectivity in the examination of accounts and ensures full comparability and consistency over time.

Obligation In financial transactions, the assumption of responsibility with regard to the payment or repayment of legal and financial dues.

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