One object can invoke functionality on another object, and can do so without affecting other objects of the same class
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Object Oriented Programming th which you'll become very familiar) as actions; you can safely consider the two terms to be interchangeable.
Understanding the relationship between a class and its objects is integral to understanding how OOP works. For instance, <span>one object can invoke functionality on another object, and can do so without affecting other objects of the same class. So, if one car object was instructed to open its trunk, its trunk would open, but the trunk of other cars would remain closed—think of KITT, the talking car from the television show Kn
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