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OOP

Object Oriented Programming terms Classes and Objects

TermDefinition
Getter A method that returns the value of a private member variable.
Setter A method that sets the value of a private member variable.
Return Type The type of data returned by a method.
Parameter A special kind of variable used in a method to refer to one of the pieces of data provided as input to the method.
Operation A process executed by a program.
Void The type for the result of a function that returns normally but does not provide a result value to its caller.
Static A computer programming mechanism in which the method being called upon an object is determined at compile time.
Constructor A special type of method called to create an object.
This (keyword) A reference variable that refers to the current object.
Instance Variable A variable defined in a class for which each instantiated object of the class has a separate copy.
Method Variable A variable created by a method which exists only during the execution of the method.
Method Call The process of invoking a method for execution.
Public Method A variable or function that can be accessed by any other object.
Calling Method The method that calls another method.
Parameter List A special kind of variable used in a method to refer to one of the pieces of data provided as input to the method.
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