Lecture-23b - Object Oriented Programming Java Defining Your Own Classes Defining Instantiable Classes • Learning how to define instantiable

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Object Oriented Programming Java - Defining Own Classes R.B. Lenin Winter - 2006 DA-IICT 2 Defining Instantiable Classes Learning how to define instantiable classes is the first step toward mastering the skills necessary in building large programs. A class is instantiable if we can create instances of the class. The DecimalFormat , GregorianCalendar , and String classes are all instantiable classes, while the Math class is not.
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Object Oriented Programming Java - Defining Own Classes R.B. Lenin Winter - 2006 DA-IICT 3 Defining Instantiable Classes Currency converter example : We need two methods for conversion: fromDollar and toDollar CurrencyConverter yenConverter; double amountInYen, amountInDollar; yenConverter = new CurrencyConverter( ); ... //from dollar to yen amountInYen = yenConverter.fromDollar(200); //from yen to dollar amountInDollar = yenConverter.toDollar(15000);
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Object Oriented Programming Java - Defining Own Classes R.B. Lenin Winter - 2006 DA-IICT 4 Defining Instantiable Classes Since the exchange rate fluctuates, we need a method to set the exchange rate. CurrencyConverter yenConverter; yenConverter = new CurrencyConverter( ); yenConverter.setExchangeRate(130.77);
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Object Oriented Programming Java - Defining Own Classes R.B. Lenin Winter - 2006 DA-IICT 5 Defining Instantiable Classes Class diagram for a CurrencyConverter object
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Object Oriented Programming Java - Defining Own Classes R.B. Lenin Winter - 2006 DA-IICT 6 Defining Instantiable Classes A program template for a class definition
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Object Oriented Programming Java - Defining Own Classes R.B. Lenin Winter - 2006 DA-IICT 7 Defining Instantiable Classes Once the CurrencyConverter class is defined, we can use its multiple
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This note was uploaded on 09/15/2010 for the course CSE IT115 taught by Professor Rblenin during the Spring '10 term at Punjab Engineering College.

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Lecture-23b - Object Oriented Programming Java Defining Your Own Classes Defining Instantiable Classes • Learning how to define instantiable

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