What does IDE stand for?
Intentional Display Environment
Integrated Development Environment
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Interesting Developers Edition  
True or False? Capitalization in Java matters.
True
Nice work!
False
Once we are finished with our code, what steps do we take to see our code execute?
First we must compile our code.  Then, once it is done compiling, we run our code.
Awesome!
We run our code, then compile it.
Run the code, compiling it doesn’t matter
Why should our file name match the class name?
In order to easily reference a class when we start to work on programs with multiple classes.
Woohoo!
To help keep our code look neat
What are the four fundamental ideas of Object Oriented Programming?
Conciseness, Encapsulation, Efficiency, and Testing  
Encapsulation, Polymorphism, Abstraction, and Inheritance
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_____ refers to keeping information in an object and not letting other objects access or change it.
Abstraction
Polymorphism
Encapsulation
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Inheritance
_____ Broadly speaking, it means the capability of an object to take many forms. 
Polymorphism
Radical!
Abstraction
Encapsulation
Inheritance
_____ refers to presenting only the necessary methods or information in our code.  (This is done to make code less difficult to read.) 
Polymorphism
Encapsulation
Abstraction
You’re a pro!
Inheritance
_____ is inheriting or reusing code from other objects in order to keep our program from having redundant code. 
Polymorphism
Encapsulation
Inheritance
Stupdendous!
Abstraction
True or False? Our objects in OOP are identified by classes.
True
Nice work!
False
True or False? A method is one or more statements that perform some form of operation.
True
Good answer!
False
In OOP, typically classes are  _____, and methods are ______
verbs, nouns
nouns, verbs
Spectacular!
adjectives, verbs
What are the 2 types of methods in Java?
Intuitive, and user-made
Standard library and user-defined
Fantastic!
Good and bad
What is the main method that is used in every Java application?
public static void main(String[] args){  }
Radical!
Public Static void Main(String[]) { }
public main(){ }