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hi,

i have one doubt .Is there any difference between objects and instance?

i have gone through some articles someone says that there is a difference and someone says that there wont be any difference .

Can amyone clear my doubt?

Thanks in advance
 
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An instance of a class is called an object.

So essentially its one and the same thing. Instead of saying we have instance of a class, we say we have an object of a class.
 
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Object class is Super class of any class in Java.

you get more information regarding object from below link.

Class Object

It is same the term we use is deference.
 
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