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methods, and variables. We\u2019ll tackle access modifiers, abstract method
implementation, interface implementation, and what you can and can\u2019t return from a method.
Chapter 2 includes the topics asked most often on the exam, so you really need a solid grasp
of this chapter\u2019s content. Grab your caffeine and let\u2019s get started.
your classes, methods, and variables dramatically affects your code\u2019s behavior. For example, apublic method can be accessed from code running anywhere in your application. Mark that methodprivate, though, and it vanishes from everyone\u2019s radar (except the class in which it was declared). For this objective, we\u2019ll study the ways in which you can modify (or not) a class, method, or variable declaration. You\u2019ll find that we cover modifiers in an extreme level of detail, and though we know you\u2019re already familiar with them, we\u2019re starting from the very beginning. Most Java programmersthink they know how all the modifiers work, but on closer
We\u2019ll start this objective by looking at how to declare and modify a class. Although nested (often calledinner) classes are on the exam, we\u2019ll save nested class declarations for Chapter 8. You\u2019re going to love that chapter. No,really. Seriously. No
\u25a0There can be only onepublic class per source code file.
\u25a0The name of the file must match the name of thepublic class.
\u25a0If the class is part of a package, the package statement must be the first line
and the class declaration. If there isn\u2019t a package statement, then the import
statement(s) must be the first line(s) in the source code file. If there are no
package or import statements, the class declaration must be the first line in
the source code file. (Comments don\u2019t count; they can appear anywhere
in the source code file.)
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