Learn how to store data in objects

A guide to using local and member variables, primitives, method parameters, and encapsulation in your Java programs

Although the snooze button is probably the most commonly used button on an alarm clock, even a simple AlarmClock class needs a few more features. For instance, you might want to control how long the alarm clock will stay in snooze mode. In order to add such a feature, you need to understand how Java controls data. […]
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