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Why do we have to write PezDinsper dispenser = new? Can't we just get the character name when we instantiate the class?

PezDispenser dispenser = new PezDispenser(); In the above code we instantiate the PezDispenser class into our code if I am not mistaken.. So why in the class are we doing the same thing? Ex below: PezDispenser dispenser = new

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Dino Šporer
Dino Šporer
5,430 Points

Copy the code, I don't understand your problem at all