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Words like polymorphism or encapsulation

Sameera Abeysinghe
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HI all,
I don�t know this if is the right place to submit my question if it is not direct me to the right place ok
Thanks
Is
getgo or gitgo

Has any connection with java?
I think it is a ward used like polymorphism or encapsulation but I am not sure.
I want to know the description of this word and every other ward used like this in java.
Make sure you give me the description of every word
Thank You
Vijayendra V Rao
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The two words that you have used have no connection with Java as far as I can think of.

If you really are keen on knowing more on Java, then this is the best place for you.


Vijayendra <br /> <br />"The harder you train in peace, the lesser you bleed in war"
Lionel Badiou
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Hi Sameera,

- Encapsulation is a fundamental principle of Object Oriented Programming. This means that data and processes on theses data are built together in a "black box" called an object. The point is to be able to change how an object do its task without changing how you call its processes (actually named "methods"). You may read a detailed answer here

- Polymorphism is also a fundamental principle. This basically means that several methods can have the same name despite they don't do exactly the same thing. The point is to hide implementation details to the user and provide a unique semantic along a class hierarchy. You may read a detailed answer here.

Best regards,


Lionel Badiou
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Ernest Friedman-Hill
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"From the get-go" is an expression that means "From the beginning." Otherwise, neither "getgo" nor "gitgo" are words in English.


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Sameera Abeysinghe
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Thank You.
 
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