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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style CSE115: Introduction to Computer Science I Dr. Carl Alphonce 219 Bell Hall 645-4739 alphonce@buffalo.edu 11 Agenda Announcements Cell phones off & name signs out Web-CAT: back up, lab 1 Next week No new lab, but hand in lab 1 and do exercises Monday: review and Q&A Wednesday: first exam Today Last time we saw how to instantiate a class to create an object new example1.Terrarium() how to call a method on a newly created object: new example1.Terrarium().add(new example1.Caterpillar()) How do we make the Caterpillar move? We call start() on the Caterpillar. How do we do this? Can we write the following? new example1.Terrarium().add(new example1.Caterpillar()) new example1.Caterpillar().start() We can, but it wont do what we want. A: Two example1.Caterpillar objects are created. One is placed in the example1.Terrarium, and is NOT started. The other is NOT put into the example1.Terrarium, but is started....
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