An object is a specific form of an instance: the instance of a class.
There are other forms of instances - for example in UML, a link is an instance of an association. A process can be an instance of RUP (which is a process framework). Etc.
Typically, you refer to an instance as a concrete manifestation of a more abstract concept.
I am right now not sure about this definition.
Object:-Instance of a class is known as object.or,Memory allocated at run time for all the nonstatic members of a class is object.
Instance:-Memory allocation at run time is known as instance.It can be for anything . when we associate memory allocation for class type than it's object.
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