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JAVA Ch 1 2.0-1

TermDefinition
Object a basic part of a java program
primitive data contains common values such as numbers and characters
data type defines a set of values and operations -- what we can do with those values
operators used to perform operations on primitive data types and are built into the Java language
class Like the data type of the object -- defines operations that can be performed on the object (methods)
encapsulation each object protects and manages its own information.
inheritance definition of one class can be used on another class that already exists
parameter piece of data that we send a method
abstraction the details of how an object works don't matter to the user of the object -- they just use it
Created by: mgarda