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Passing Objects to a Method

 
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Hi everyone,
How're you doing?
One basic knowledge I'm not familiar with is 'Passing Objects to a Method'
The sample code is as below:



It's from textbook and it's talked about Passing Object to a Method.
The main point that the author talks about is "copy the reference from obj" then, made it to the s...
I'm not sure what it is? Does anyone know about that ?

Thanks
Larry
 
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Take a look at Part 4 (especially chapters 26, 28, and 29) of Bradley Kjell's Introduction to Computer Science using Java.
 
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...and don't miss the "Cup Size" and "Pass-by-Value Please" stories of the JavaRanch Campfire Stories.
 
Larry Lai
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Hi Dirk,

Thanks a lot what you have done.

Larry
 
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