Methods are those for which no object needs to exist

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Chapter 7 / Exercise 4
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23.____ methods are those for which no object needs to exist.a.Dynamicc.Staticb.Publicd.PrivateANS: C
PTS:1REF:43524.____ methods are methods that exist to be used with an object created from a class.
PTS:1REF:43525.In most programming languages, you use the word ____ when you want to declare a static class member.
PTS:1REF:435COMPLETION1.A(n) ____________________ is one instance of a class.
PTS:1REF:4082.When you think in an object-oriented manner, everything is a(n) ____________________.
PTS:1REF:4103.When you program in object-oriented languages, you frequently create ____________________ from which objects will be instantiated.
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PTS:1REF:4114.With object-oriented programming, you focus on the ____________________ that will be manipulatedby the program.
PTS:1REF:4085.Any time a local variable in a method has the same identifier as a class field, the class field is ____________________.
PTS:1REF:434MATCHINGMatch each term with a statement below.a.instance variablesf.stateb.class clientg.polymorphismc.inheritanceh.attributesd.classi.encapsulatione.information hidingj.object1.Describes a group or collection of objects with common attributes2.An instance of a class3.The characteristics that define an object as part of a class4.The data components of a class that belong to every instantiated object5.The set of all the values or contents of a class object’s instance variables6.A program or class that instantiates objects of another prewritten class7.Multiple methods with the same name, which will act differently and appropriately when used with different types8.The process of acquiring the traits of one’s predecessors9.The process of combining all of an object’s attributes and methods into a single package10.The concept that other classes should not alter an object’s attributes—only the methods of an object’s own class should have that privilege
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PTS:1REF:414SHORT ANSWER1.List five important features of object-oriented languages.
PTS:1REF:408TOP:Critical Thinking

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