anonymous
  • anonymous
why we use classes in java?
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shadowfiend
  • shadowfiend
Not sure what you mean by this. Java as a language is built around the concepts of classes and objects, so there isn't really a way of answering this that isn't circular :)
jagatuba
  • jagatuba
It is a rather recursive question isn't it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Classes are the mechanism used by Java to define and determine the relationships between the objects used in an application. Now, not all OO programming languages require the use/specification of classes for the definition of the objects, but Java designers decided to make use of the concept of classes.

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jagatuba
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@ marguedas: Which OOP languages do not use classes?

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