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Presentation for the lecture for the chapter Classes - Using your classes.

It shows that classes written during the book/course Programming in Java, often are just blueprints for objects which will be used by some application.

In this sense, a class for e.g. a Member is a passive piece of code until some other code (perhaps a main() method) creates a Member object and calls some methods via references to that object.

In other words, classes modelling objects are not programs, they are used for defining and creating objects used by programs. Programs in Java typically starts with a main() method.

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