Reimplementing the inherited method from the parent class in the child class is called Overriding in Java.
Java would have been fully Object Oriented if it didn’t have the primitive types like int, float, boolean, etc. However, it is mostly Object Oriented so you may go through this post if you’re new to Object-Oriented Programming.
In this post, we would see how to declare a class, interface, variable, constructor, and many more.
Variables are devices that are used to store data, such as a number, or a string of character data so that we can manipulate them later in our program.
Hey there! This is the first post of my tiny little blog––my space in the perpetually growing internet––where I can ramble on about whatever I feel like. Well, there’s Twitter and Medium but I cannot ramble on there because of its 140 character limit or other terms and conditions :)