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Java Mind Map on Java, created by info3027 on 10/27/2013.
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1 Constructor

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  • Aufgabe: Create an instance of a class
1.1 Return Types
1.1.1 None! Note even "Void"
2 Methods

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  • Aufgabe: execute Java Code
2.1 Return Types
2.1.1 Any and none (void)
3 Object

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  • The term ‘object’, however, refers to an actual instance of a class. Every object must belong to a class. Objects are created and eventually destroyed – so they only live in the program for a limited time. While objects are ‘living’ their properties may also be changed signficantly. An example will help clarify what we’ve said. Suppose we have a class called ‘Animal’. All Animals have bodies and brains. So, this general ‘template’ of an Animal does not change. An instance of the Animal class would be a specific animal – like a lion, a cat, or a zebra. These instances of the Animal class would be called objects. Whereas the Animal class is a general concept, the instances of that class – the lions, cats, etc – take that general concept and create a real instance of it.
4 Class

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  • The term ‘class’ refers to the actual written piece of code in which the class is defined. A class is a static piece of code that consists of attributes which don’t change during the execution of a program – like the method definitions within a class.
5 API (Application programming interface)

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  • An application programming interface (API) specifies how some software components should interact with each other.

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5.1 Implementation

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  • Objekte werden implementiert
6 instance Variables
6.1 private String name
6.1.1 In this case you are neither adding the name to a list, nor are you assigning a particular value to the string. All you are doing is declaring the name of the String object variable.
7 Local Variables
7.1 "Verschwinden, wenn Methode abgeschlossen" (Kurzzeitgedächtnis)
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