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Question #11068
public class Over { public int stack(int j, int k) { return j + k; } public int stack(int m) { return m * m; } public int stack(float f) { return (int)f * 5; } public static void main(String args[]) { int n = 3; float f = 3; Over o = new Over(); System.out.println("" + o.stack(n, n)); System.out.println("" + o.stack(n)); System.out.println("" + o.stack(f)); } } what is this line do ? =====> over o = new over(); what is happen if we dont use this line?
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Expert's answer
2012-06-22T08:42:27-0400
This line of code creates a new object class Over.
Newly created object are using in the code below, so if you remove the creation of the object, your compiler will print an error.

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