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Java Part 4: Objects and Information Hiding

In part three of this ten part tutorial, Chris discussed some of the primitive data types available in Java. He also went through a basic Java class. In this article, he will explore that class further and discuss some aspects of objects, as well as information hiding.

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By: Chris Noack
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December 12, 2001
  1. · Java Part 4: Objects and Information Hiding
  2. · Objects and "this"
  3. · Enforcing information hiding
  4. · The private and public declarations
  5. · Conclusion

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Java Part 4: Objects and Information Hiding - Conclusion
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Always use the accessor and setter methods when developing classes, especially when the values contained within the data members are crucial to the functionality of your application! For more information on Java objects and information hiding, please follow the links below.
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