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OOP Thought Process

Object Oriented Programming concepts

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Explain how private eat() in PotPie, which inherits from Food, will be have when called upon from main() in Inheritance Class. Will error out b/c a private method cannot be accessed outside of the class.
abstract a property of a class when it is a subclass, and needs to be a superclass as well.
having a main() in every class (part 1) There is nothing wrong with having main methods in each of your classes.
having a main() in every class (part 2) When you package your code into a jar, you have to specify which class contains the main method you want to run in the MANIFEST.MF file, which goes in the META-INF directory of the jar.
having a main() in every class (part 3) You have to do this even if you only have one class with a main method as the java runtime needs to know which class it should look in to find the main method when you execute the jar file.
having a main() in every class (part 4) If you have main methods in your other classes, they will simply be ignored.
having a main() in every class (part 5) Only the class you specify as the main one in the MANIFEST.MF file will have it's main method executed.
overloading vs. overriding
Created by: greenism3