Some tutorials give silly examples to teach OOP, for example: Car class and myCar object, etc. Is that way considered bad in learning OOP assuming that these examples not applied to real programming problems?
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No. To be able to teach the various concepts in relative isolation, you have to use extremely simplified examples.
Using real programming problems is not really an option, because the students would just be overwhelmed by the complexity and the number of new things coming at then at once.