Again, you should look it up before jumping to conclusions. Object-oriented programming
is a programming paradigm. From wikipedia:
A programming paradigm is a fundamental style of computer programming. There are four main paradigms: imperative, functional, object-oriented, and logic programming.
So, basically, the language you choose revolves around this style of programming, and as such, your own code should as well.
is a guideline for how you interact with and optimize your data and how you access it/store it. These are two feathers from two different birds.
If you are interested in Data-oriented programming
, look no further than SQL. That language is nothing but organizing/accessing data. Then again, it's not really meant to be used on its own.