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Object data type

 
Sasha Hernandez
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Is there a data type called, "Object"? If so, do you know where I can get documentation on it. None of my Java books mention it.
 
jyothsna kumari
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i think u have,
go and check the link
http://java.sun.com/products/jdk/1.2/docs/api/java/lang/Class.html
 
Amit KumarS
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hiii,
Object is a class in Java and this is automatically the base class for all the classes...
u can refer JavaDoc for this... u can download it from sun's website from Here
or u can online check object classes defination at Object Class
hope this helps you
Thanks
Amit
 
robert chen
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Hi
I am new in here.
When a child class product a object,it will call upward it's father class.
Amd his father will call upward it's father class ,too.
Keep on going to the top class(java.lang.Object).
Because of all classes of Java,if it no inheritance other class,it will
automatically inheritance the class of java.lang.Object.
I am sorry.My English is poor.
[ October 26, 2003: Message edited by: robert chen ]
 
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