Beginning Java Objects: From Concepts To Code, 2nd Edition by Jacquie Barker

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Between Java's many appealing good points as a programming language, its object-oriented nature is vital to making strong, reusable code and functions which are effortless to take care of and expand. to use those functions, you are going to don't need to merely to grasp the syntax of the Java language, but additionally to realize a pragmatic knowing of what gadgets are all approximately, and extra importantly, the right way to constitution a Java software from the floor as much as utilize gadgets. With starting Java items: From suggestions to Code, you'll examine all 3!

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The Class Declaration Next comes a class wrapper—more properly termed a class declaration—of the form public class ClassName { ... } For example: public class SimpleProgram { ... } where braces { ... } enclose the class body that includes the main logic of the program along with other optional building blocks of a class. In subsequent chapters, you’ll learn all about the significance of classes in an OO programming language. For now, simply note that the symbols public and class are two of Java’s keywords—that is, symbols reserved for specific uses within the Java language—whereas SimpleProgram is a name/symbol that I’ve invented.

X = y + z; a = b / c; j = s + c + f; */ /* We often use leading asterisks on the second through last line of a traditional * comment simply for cosmetic reasons, so that the comment is more visually * distinct; but, these extra asterisks are strictly cosmetic – only the * initial "slash asterisk" and the final "asterisk slash" are noted by the * compiler as having any significance. */ Note that we can’t nest block comments—that is, the following will not compile: /* This starts a comment ... x = 3; /* Whoops!

A blueprint for a custom home, a schematic diagram of a printed circuit, and a cookie cutter are all examples of such patterns. As we’ll cover in Parts 2 and 3, an object model of a software system is such a pattern. Modeling and abstraction go hand in hand, because a model is essentially a physical or graphical portrayal of an abstraction; before we can model something effectively, we must have determined the essential details of the subject to be modeled. Reuse of Abstractions When learning about something new, we automatically search our mental archive for other abstractions/models that we’ve previously built and mastered, to look for similarities that we can build upon.

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