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Contains:-1. Why OOP?2. OOP in Java2.1 Class & Instances2.2 A Class is a 3-Compartment Box encapsulating Data and Operations2.3 Class Definition2.4 Creating Instances of a Class2.5 Dot Operator2.6 Member Variables2.7 Member Methods2.8 Putting them together: An OOP Example2.9 Constructors2.10 Method Overloading2.11 public vs. private - Access Control Modifiers2.12 Information Hiding and Encapsulation2.13 Getters and Setters2.14 Keyword "this"2.15 Method toString()2.16 Constants (final)2.17 Putting Them Together in the Revised Circle Class3. More Examples on Classes3.1 Example: The Account Class3.2 Example: The Ball class3.3 The Author and Book Classes3.4 The Student Class3.5 The MyPoint and MyCircle class3.6 The MyTime class3.7 Exercises on Defining Classes
Contain:Object and their ClassesWhat's so good about an object-oriented language
Contains:-OOPs (Object Oriented Programming System)objectClassInheritancePolymorphismAbstractionEncapsulationAdvantage of OOPs over Procedure-oriented Programming LanguageWhat is difference between Object-oriented Programming language and object-based programming language?
Contains:-Object in JavaClass in JavaSimple example of object & classInstance variable in JavaMethod in JavaAdvantage of Methodnew keywordsExample of Object and Class that maintains the records of studentsAnother Example of Object and ClassWhat are the different ways to create an object in Java?Annonymous objectCreating Multiple Objects by one Type only
Contains:-Objects in Javaclasses in JavaConstructorsCreating an ObjectAccessing Instance Variables and MethodsSource file declaration rulesJava PackageImport StatementsA simple Case Study
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