1 It is important to understand teh base terminology of Java
in terms of packags, classes and objects
1.1.1 Java groups classes into functional packages.
126.96.36.199 Without packages, a programmer may create a Java class called Test .
Another programmer may create a class with the same name. With the
usage of packages you can tell the system which class to call
1.2.1 Template that describes the data and behavior associated with
an instance of that class.
188.8.131.52 In Java source code a class is defined by the class keyword and
must start with a capital letter. The body of a class is surrounded by
1.3.1 Def.: An object is an instance of a class
184.108.40.206 The object is the real element which has data and can
perform actions. Each object is created based on the class
1.4 Object as superclass
1.4.1 Every object in Java implicitly extends the Object class.
The class defines the following methods for every Java
220.127.116.11.1 allows checking if the current object is equal to o1