In HTML programming, building blocks of a page (paragraph, image, sound, ActiveX components...)
The basic components of a database application: forms, tables, queries, macros, reports and modules.
In programming terminology, a freestanding chunk of code that defines the properties of some thing. For example, this Netdictionary applet is an object that contains button objects, scrolling list objects, window objects, URL objects, definition objects, etc. Not all programming languages use this object model; the ones that do are said to be object-oriented.
In programming terminology, A freestanding chunk of code that defines the properties of something. Java applets are objects that contain scrolling list objects, URL objects, button objects, and window objects, etc. Not all languages use this object style. This type of languages are referred to as object oriented.
an entity that has its own data and its own methods for manipulating that data; declaring objects is a way of indicating which elements appear in the program, and then naming these elements and assigning values to them an object is a specific thing that belongs to a class -- in Object-oriented/Event-driven languages, the emphasis of a program is on the objects included in the user interface (such as scroll bars and buttons) and the events (such as scrolling and clicking) that occur when those objects are used. To the top
any thing, real or abstract about which we store data and those methods (operations) that manipulate that data (Martin/Odell) see terminology
A package of things created and manipulated by programs. In Jet, Tables, Users and Query Definitions are all examples of objects.