IN THIS CHAPTER
Checking your capitalization and value comparisons
Watching out for fall-through
Putting methods, listeners, and constructors where they belong
Using static and non-static references
Avoiding other heinous errors
“The only people who never make mistakes are the people who never do anything at all.” One of my college professors said that. I don’t remember the professor’s name, so I can’t give him proper credit. I guess that’s my mistake.
Java is a case-sensitive language, so you really have to mind your p’s and q’s — along with every other letter of the alphabet. Here are some details to keep in mind as you create Java programs: