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Java Java Objects (Retired) Harnessing the Power of Objects Helper Methods and Conditionals

Chaz Hall
Chaz Hall
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.load() Not Understanding

Can someone explain the .load() to me?

1 Answer

The .load() is just a method from the PezDispenser class created by Craig in the video. The job of the method is to give the variable mPezCount the value of MAX_PEZ. This happens when he calls the method with dispenser.load(); dispenser is a new instance of the PezDispenser class created by PezDispenser dispenser = new PezDispenser("Yoda");