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Chapter 13. Objects > Naming Objects

Naming Objects

Before you can use objects you must name or identify them. For example, let's say you have three kinds of fruit in front of you: an apple, an orange, and a banana. All three are objects that can be called by name, and they all belong to a bigger group or class called fruit. They would be named as follows:

Friut.apple
Fruit.orange
Fruit.banana


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