In the last entry to the series of me documenting my experience learning Java as a new language we learned about classes, objects, fields, getter and setter methods, and more. There is a lot of concepts and syntax to remember here so it is important to code out some projects to practice. This entry will be a continuation of the last, touching on the topic of object oriented programming in Java.

Before I get into new topics I wanted to highlight a shortcut for creating getters and setters using an IDE like Eclipse to save time writing all of that…

Adam Adolfo

Student at The Flatiron School in Washington DC

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