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Subject: Java Programming

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I'm confused with "setters" and "getters." What are these?

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"Setters" and "getters" are mutator and accessor methods that allow us to manipulate and view the data for objects of a class, respectively. Since class data members are usually declared private, we cannot directly access the data from other parts of the program. This is where "setters" and "getters" come in handy. We can mutate, or "set" the data of an object by calling the necessary "setter" method, and we can access, or "get" the data of an object by calling the necessary "getter" method.

Subject: C++ Programming

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What is a struct and how does it differ from a class?

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Structs and classes serve the same purpose- both can be thought of as blueprints for objects in object-oriented programming. The key difference is that structs have public access by default, whereas classes have private access by default. This means that with structs we can access the data members directly and eliminate the need for mutator and accessor methods, which are necessary to access data from classes.

Subject: C Sharp Programming

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How do functions work?

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Functions are blocks of code that are written to perform specific actions. They are useful because they save us time from having to write the same block of code over and over. When we want to perform a specific action, we call the necessary function that performs our desired action.

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