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Declare and use custom classes

Declare and use custom classes: Java Essential Training: Objects and APIs
Declare and use custom classes: Java Essential Training: Objects and APIs

Java code is encapsulated in classes. The Java JShell command line environment lets you experiment and see what happens with arbitrary statements, but that code has to be wrapped in classes to be useful in a real application. Each class can have as many fields, methods, and other members that you need to accomplish your application’s tasks. Organizing your code is entirely up to you, however. In this video, learn how to move code from a main class to a custom class.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Developer Programming Languages Java

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