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default constructor didn't want to define?
in privacy and method video... we create a object using default constructor.. PezDispenser dispenser = new PezDispenser(); so my question is that we create a object or instance of PezDispenser. Using default constructor ..but in another class why we dont define our pezDispenser constructor?
Alexander NikiforovJava Web Development Techdegree Graduate 22,161 Points
When we write
PezDispencer pezDispencer = new PezDispenser() in Example class we are creating instance of
PezDispencer class in Example class. I hope I understand you correctly. We separate classes deliberately, so that PezDispencer class is defined in another file. We don't need to define constructor in Example class because, constructor is already defined in PezDispenser class.
Another way to think about it: we separate all classes in different files and even packages. We put definitions of them, their methods and constructors there.
But We also have (in console app) one "Main" class with
public static void Main()... method (Example in this case) in which all classes will be combined together and used. I hope I understand you correctly, if not, try to be rewrite your question more specific...