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Is there any difference between Object and Instance of a class???
 
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Gaurav Bansal
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Posted 2-Feb-13 1:18am
Edited 2-Feb-13 1:26am
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J.Surjith Kumar at 2-Feb-13 8:31am
   
Try google..
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Solution 2

Just a naming thing.
Instances of a class are created and these instances are the objects that will be worked with.
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Marcus Kramer at 2-Feb-13 9:18am
   
+5.
Abhinav S at 2-Feb-13 12:51pm
   
Thank you.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 2-Feb-13 18:42pm
   
Correct, a 5.
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Abhinav S at 3-Feb-13 0:28am
   
Thank you.
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Solution 1

both are same.
Instance of class is object of class.
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