If can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs it’s just possible
you haven’t grasped the situation.
— Jean Kerr
Today, we’ve got some background stuff to discuss. Not much happening in terms of new functionality to our project, but important (and, no doubt, incredibly interesting) conceptual information.
Why is there sometimes a classname before a method call and sometimes a variable?
I’m sure all of us have had sleepless nights where we’ve been lying awake pondering this question. Today, it shall be answered!
I really want you not only to copy what I’m showing you, but become able to invent and create your own programs. For this, it’s important to get the concepts.
So, hit start, sit back for a few minutes, and learn something!
Concepts discussed: internal method calls, external method calls, static methods, instance methods