4 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- involves using one term to indicate diverse meanings, or writing multiple methods with the same name but with different arguments.
- attempt to declare a variable twice—an illegal action.
- a type of nested class that has access to all static methods of its top-level class.
- refers to an object's memory address.
4 True/False Questions
Optional classes → the containing class in nested classes.
Top-level class → reside in packages that must be explicitly imported into your programs.
Overrides → a variable takes precedence over another variable with the same name.
Package → a library of classes.