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Our lecturer extended the problem. We've already implemented a class and the extension consists of adding a member class inside class (his words were "Tweak the implementation of the class A(), and add a member class B()").
My problem is i have no idea what the hell a member class is. He hasn't taught it for one thing (i know that's not an excuse that's why i've depended on the internet and self-studying for this particular class). I've tried searching the internet but i can't seem to find the correct source and the book im using as a reference doesnt seem to have that part.
I guess my question is does anyone know which topic adding a member class inside a class falls under, does it have a "technical" term and anyone know of a site i can visit so that i can read about it?
(Sorry if this feels like spoon feeding an answer but i have no background in computer science or programming. Actually, that's why im taking the said course. But it looks like i entered a bad batch (well, for me) since quite a few of my classmates have IT or other computer related degrees which might have given the impression to the lecturer that he doesn't need to explain or teach much.)