Difference between object and class
There are many differences between object and class. A list of differences between object and class are given below:
|1)||Object is an instance of a class.||Class is a blueprint or template from which objects are created.|
|2)||Object is a real world entity such as pen, laptop, mobile, bed, keyboard, mouse, chair etc.||Class is a group of similar objects.|
|3)||Object is a physical entity.||Class is a logical entity.|
|4)||Object is created through new keyword mainly e.g.
Student s1=new Student();
|Class is declared using class keyword e.g.
|5)||Object is created many times as per requirement.||Class is declared once.|
|6)||Object allocates memory when it is created.||Class doesn’t allocated memory when it is created.|
|7)||There are many ways to create object in java such as new keyword, newInstance() method, clone() method, factory method and deserialization.||There is only one way to define class in java using|