(38) - Some simple take-away ideas 2008 12 08 ICSI 201 Now...

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Unformatted text preview: Some simple take-away ideas 2008 12 08 ICSI 201 Now that we're at the end we're just about ready to begin the class Now that we're at the end We've begun to develop a shared vocabulary and set of concepts about programming So, now we can talk to each other more or less like programmers do Java is an Object Oriented (O-O) language Objects represent the things our code works with Classes are the blueprints for objects defining fields constructors, and methods Fields are variables defined outside any method Methods contain code Constructors are special methods that Fields, methods and constructors can be either public or private Any code can call or access public elements Only the defining class can call or access private elements Elements may be declared static, meaning they exist even when we haven't created an object of that class Math.round() System.out.println() Non-static methods must be called on an object reference...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2009 for the course CSI 201 taught by Professor Doanne during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Albany.

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(38) - Some simple take-away ideas 2008 12 08 ICSI 201 Now...

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