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Hi All,
This is the 1st time I am takin a ship of Java cup.
Sooo...I have some doubts. Like....
1.Wht. is the concept of Object? One way...I wanna know What is Object?
2.Relation bt. Object and Object Ref.

Ratul Banerjee.
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consider a class as a template used to cast out objects. u use a class to combine a definition of data and methods (functions that can be carried out on that data). u can instantiate a class to form objects of that class. each of the objects that u create using say,
Object o1 = new Object();
has its own copy of data and methods of the class type it is an instance of. o1 here, is a reference to the object created by new Object(). a reference is similar to a pointer(maintained internally by JVM) to the object which u create.
 
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hi
to add to what Sweekriti has said
Object is the blueprint and in Java everthing
flows from an object.
When create a mould of the object and assign a name,
the name is the object reference.
regards
venkat
 
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just to add to what i was said before.
The constructors, which are basically named as the
class name but without any return types and that
which creats class instances are called objects.
regds
venkat
 
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