How to use classes in Java


Classes in Java

One of the features that make Java so powerful, is its object-oriented structure. This means that Java uses classes and objects to create more scalable, modular, and organized code. This can be a complex concept to wrap your head around as a new developer, though. So in this post, we’re going to examine how to use classes in Java.

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What are classes in Java?

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