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By A. Ehrenfeucht, T. Harju, G. Rozenberg (auth.), Zoltán Fülöp, Ferenc Gécseg (eds.)

This quantity constitutes the court cases of the twenty second Interna- tional Colloquium on Automata, Languages, and Programming, held less than the sponsorship of EATCS in Szeged, Hungary in July 1995.
The quantity offers 4 invited papers and fifty three complete revised study papers chosen from a complete of 111 submissions. ICALP characteristically covers the complete zone of theoretical computing device technological know-how; one of the issues addressed within the quantity are concurrency, automata, formal languages, algorithms, conversation protocols, computational complexity, computability, foundations of programming, studying and coding, and semantics.

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Protected methods can override methods that do not have access modifiers. , package, public, private, protect ed) than the original method. • The overriding method cannot throw any new checked ex‐ ceptions. 46 | Chapter 5: Object-Oriented Programming Constructors Constructors are called upon object creation and are used to in‐ itialize data in the newly created object. Constructors are op‐ tional, have exactly the same name as the class, and they do not have a return in the body (as methods do).

Default Values Default values are the values assigned to instance variables in Java, when no initialization value has been explicitly set. , those declared at the class level) have a default value of null. null references nothing. , those declared within a method) do not have a default value, not even a value of null. Always initialize local variables because they are not given a default value. Checking an 32 | Chapter 4: Reference Types uninitialized local variable object for a value (including a value of null) will result in a compile-time error.

Table 4-1. Reference types Reference type Brief description Annotation Provides a way to associate metadata (data about data) with program elements. Array Provides a fixed-size data structure that stores data elements of the same type. Class Designed to provide inheritance, polymorphism, and encapsulation. Usually models something in the real world and consists of a set of values that holds data and a set of methods that operates on the data. Enumeration A reference for a set of objects that represents a related set of choices.

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