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Java For Dummies, 7th Edition by Barry A. Burd

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Chapter 9

Constructing New Objects

IN THIS CHAPTER

check Defining constructors

check Using constructors in subclasses

check Using Java’s default constructor features

check Constructing a simple GUI from scratch

Ms. Jennie Burd

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Anywhere, Kansas

Dear Ms. Burd,

In response to your letter of June 21, I believe I can say with complete assurance that objects are not created spontaneously from nothing. Although I’ve never actually seen an object being created (and no one else in this office can claim to have seen an object in its moment of creation), I have every confidence that some process or another is responsible for the building of these interesting and useful thingamajigs. We here at ObjectsAndClasses.com support the unanimous opinions of both the scientific community and the private sector in matters of this nature. Furthermore, we agree with the recent finding of a Blue Ribbon Presidential Panel, which concludes beyond any doubt that spontaneous object creation would impede the present economic outlook.

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