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How will you create objects?

Posted By :Subhransu Sekhar Jena     Posted Date :October 31, 2014    Points :40   Category :OOPS 
A class defines a type of object, but it is not an object itself. An object is a concrete entity based on a class, and is sometimes referred to as an instance of a class.
Objects can be created by using the new keyword followed by the name of the class that the object will be based on, like this:
Customer object1 = new Customer();
When an instance of a class is created, a reference to the object is passed back to the programmer.

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