AP Computer Science Chapter 6 P1
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Specifies the fields and methods of a specific object.
A set of programming language statements that perform a task.
A type of program where data items are passed from one procedure to another.
An entity that contains data and procedures.
The data contained in an object.
Combining data and code into a single object.
The ability for data to hide itself from coding outside of the object.
An object that is able to be used by programs that needs its service.
Fields that are not able to be manipulated by the user.
Methods that can be accessed by entities outside the object.
An object that is created from a class.
primitive data type
A type of data that has no other built in procedures besides holding data.
Unified Modeling Language; provides a set of standard diagrams for depicting object oriented programs.
A method that gets data from an object's field but does not change it.
A method that either stores data or changes data in an object's field.
When an item value is dependent on another but does not update with the other.
The fields or data of instances in a class.
See instance fields.
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