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Used to declare a variable. Variables can be implicitly or explicitly typed. Variables declared this way (without a static modifier) within classes are called instance variables. They belong to an instance of the class (i.e. an object).
Class Declaration and Structure
Classes are a blueprint for creating individual objects that contain the general characteristics of a defined object type.
Inheritance is used to define an object with properties from another object or interface, or to inherit another object's properties.
Used to declare a variable which holds a string.
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