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Wrap code in static methods

Wrap code in static methods: Java Essential Training: Objects and APIs
Wrap code in static methods: Java Essential Training: Objects and APIs

Most programming languages support the ability to create reusable code, which are code blocks that you can call from multiple places in an application. These are sometimes called functions or subroutines. But in Java they're called methods, and they're always declared as members of a class. A static method belongs to the class itself, not to an instance of a class.

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Developer Programming Languages Java

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