Well, you can tell a difference between a problem you know how to solve and a problem you dont. To start with, youll have to learn a lot about the language you are learning to type in. The less you know, the better. A little more than just learning how to use the keyboard and a lot more than just knowing the language, youll have to learn about the language of the problem you are trying to solve.
This is a little confusing because Java has class variables, but I think you get it. Java’s classes are actually a form of inheritance: A class is an aggregation of subclasses (classes). In Java, a class is an object that can hold data. For example, a Person can hold its name, age, and occupation.
To clarify, I think that all classes are objects because they have a common ancestor. To hold data about a People is to hold data about a Person. So there’s a common ancestor for a Person. So if someone is on Deathloop’s party island, he or she is the Person. If someone is on Deathloop’s party island, he or she is the People. If someone is on Deathloop’s party island, he or she is the People.