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Eric TangCourses Plus Student 1,300 Points
for(Treet treet: treets)
It's really hard and confusing to wrap my head around this line. I've seen instances of these sort of usage. I don't understand why the word "Treet" is infront of the variable Treet. If it was Strings I would get it but why Treet. Can someone run through what this line actually does. Is the line grabbing resource from the Treet class?
Vladut Astalos11,246 Points
Just like when you use String in front of a variable to declare an object of type String you use Treet in front of a variable to declare an object of type Treet. The only difference is that Treet is a custom class you created on your own while String is a built-in class.