Introduction to Classes and Objects in Java

Intermediate
1m 45s
234
5/5

This lesson looks at Object-Oriented programming in Java and shows how classes are designed and constructed, and how objects are created from them. Then, we'll complete three projects: creating a bank account class, an ice cream class, and a circle class, as well as tests to make sure that they work in order to reinforce what you've learned.

Intended Audience

  • Beginner coders or anyone new to Java
  • Experienced Java programmers who want to maintain their Java knowledge
  • Developers looking to upskill for a project or career change
  • College students and anyone else studying Java

Prerequisites

This is a beginner-level lesson and can be taken by anyone with an interest in learning about Java.

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