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- how to call a method using .
At the end of this lecture, students should be able to:
- Explain the relationship between a class and an instance of an object.
- Understand the process of creating and using a class (what happens?).
- Understand the difference between reference variables and primitive variables.
- Explain what the parts of a class are (methods, variables).
- Explain the difference between a parameter, a local variable and a
class variable, and understand when to use which. Also discuss scoping.
- Understand the use of convenience methods.
Note for jargon. Try to go a little practical. Tips on creating methods and variables. Important: what am I doing?
So at the end of this session, you should be able to understand what to do when we ask you to write a class with this method and that method