Wed Aug 25 2021 04:44:09 GMT+0000 (UTC)

Saved by @jpannu #linux #server

public static void main(String[] args) {
 //Basic set up.

//Print in the console.
System.out.println("Printing String...");

- Pink letters are keywords. ( public, static, class, void... )
- Compiler will always start with the 'main' mathod.      
- use ';' after each line of code.
- 'void' is the basically how we tell that we returning nothing. if we want to return a number? then mention 'int' instead of 'void'.                              
int a = 10;
// 'int' is Integer.

String name = "Karan";
// 'String' is string.    
             // Transfer data/methods within classes.
  public class Parent {
   // This is the parent Class.    
    public static void main(String[] args){
     Methods m = new Methods;
     //Methods is the class name.
     // 'm' is the oject.
     // 'm.' will provide 'built in' and custom methods             available in the 'Methods' class.
     // It will return 'Done Amigo' as programed in method. 
 publick class Methods {
    //This is the 'Methods' class ( child class)
   // We won't be using 'main' method here as we are just            sending the data.
     public void ValidateHeader(){
      //Example of an Method.    
      // 'void' since we are not returning anything. 
     public String ValidateFooter(){
      //Example of an Method.    
       // 'String' as we are returning string
        return "Done amigo"  
     public int ValidateFooter2(){
      //Example of an Method.    
        return 200;