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Classes are a blueprint for creating individual objects that contain the general characteristics of a defined object type. A modifier may or may not be used to declare a class.
Class variables are tied to the class itself, and its value is shared across all class objects.
A constant is a variable which cannot have its value changed after declaration. It uses the 'final' keyword.
The for-each loop iterates through every element in the array, without specifying size.