I am trying to learn some JAVA stuff now - and I am into Object oriented programming.
Some things keep bothering me though, might be because of my English.
1.) When I read about object oriented programming, I keep hearing "is an instance of"...
Now, what does that mean? What does instance mean anyway? I tried Googleing stuff, but
it didn't really provide me a "solid" answer.
From what I understand - instances are objects of classes. But I am very unsure about it.
2.) And constructors? What are they used for anyway and when do I need to put them in?
To best of what I know - it's like making an object out of a class, which is later used inside another class that did make the constructor. And the reason for making a constructor is to actually be able to use the constructing class as an object. That's as far as I come - as I said - I don't know. Could anyone please specify?
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