Object Definition in Java
Objects are key to understanding object-oriented technology. The purpose of the object-oriented programming is to implement the real word entities in programming. It also emphasis on the binding of data. There are various OOPs concepts among them Object is one of them. In this section, we will discuss the object definition in Java.
In object-oriented programming terminology, an object is a member of Java class. It is also known as instance of the class. Note that objects are created at run time. In simple words, object is a real word entity. For example, dog, car, pen, desk, etc. Each object shares the following two characteristics:
Example of an Object
Let's take an example of dog. The state of dog includes, color, hungry, gender, breed, and age. The dog behavior includes running, barking, eating, sleeping, wagging tail, fetching, etc.
How to Create a Java Object?
There are the following three steps to create an object from a class.
Declaration: A variable declaration with a variable name with an object type.
Instantiation: Java provides the new keyword to create an object of the class.
Initialization: The new keyword is followed by a call to a constructor. The call initializes a new object. There are the following three ways to initialize an object in Java:
Different Ways to Create an Object in Java
There are various ways to create an object in Java:
Java allows us to create an anonymous object. It means, we can create an object without name. Therefore, we can say that an object that has no reference is known as anonymous object. The disadvantage of an anonymous object is that it can be used at the time of object creation only. It is good to use an anonymous object if we want to use object once.
Calling method through anonymous object.
We can also create multiple object of a type in a line:
Using Object in a Java Program
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