As you Learned in Chapter 3, objects are the building blocks of an object-oriented software system. In such a system, objects collaborate with one another to accomplish common system goals, similar to the ants in an anthill, or the employees of a corporation, or the cells in your body. Each object has a specific structure and “mission”; these respective missions complement one another in accomplishing the mission of the system as a whole.
KeywordsObject Interaction Return Type Private Attribute Method Body Honor Student
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