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Can somebody help me with this one.
Which variables should you use to declare the class Hexagon. Hexagon is drawable and it has several vertices, Colors that can be stored by a Vector and a flag of boolean type. What can you use to declare the member variables of this class?
A. Object
B. boolean
C. Vertice
D. Vector
E. Hexagon
Since none of the modifiers are given...do we assume that we have to specify the modifier(public) as a part of declaration?
Should it be
public class Hexagon extends drawable(vertice integer, flag boolean, color vector){}
Now, 1. I have used a lot of words not given. Is that right?
2. What is the correct answer?
3. Should {} be used while decalaring a class?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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