We're more or less done with inheritance. There's more info in the book about overriding methods (If you have a subclass with a different implementation of a method available in the superclass) and hiding names (Same deal, but for variables and how then to access the super-variable), but I seriously doubt they'll be of any use in most cases. Just use a different method/variable name, right? If you feel like I should go over these things anyway (and more, but again, things I think will find very little use), let me know.
Otherwise, we have 3 more chapters to get through before it gets REALLY technical, or based more on testing units of code and the programming process for large projects and groups. Shit like that. Good to know, but more on a case-by-case basis, I plan on looking them up if I ever need them, but relying on basics otherwise. The 3 chapters we have left are to do with exceptions, concurrency with threads and finally, Graphic Interfaces. I can't wait for that last one, personally.
I'll get on it tomorrow, though, my brother borrowed my textbook, and he won't be back home until late in the evening.
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