What is Instantiation in Java? - Definition & Example


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Examine the following code. What is missing?

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1. An instance of a class _____ methods and variables from the main class.

2. The _____ sets aside memory and initializes variables within the class

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Utilize this worksheet and quiz to bring to light how much you know about instantiation in Java. The quiz will assess you on concepts like interpreting a given example of code and understanding instances of a class versus the main class.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Worksheet/quiz goals are as follows:

  • Identify how variables are initialized within the class
  • Examine a sample code for the class Orders
  • Find something that is missing from the instantiation of a given class

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on instantiation in Java
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about code examples
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding instances of a class

Additional Learning

For more on object-oriented programming, consider the lesson entitled What is Instantiation in Java? - Definition & Example. You'll be going over the subsequent study points:

  • The use of the 'new' and 'this' keywords
  • An Employee class example
  • General Java syntax