The secret lives of objects … they have relationships with each other! This video explains two typical types of relationships – aggregation and containment and discusses the nuanced differences between the two. This may not mean much at the moment (other than seeing a demonstration of declaring a field / property in one class using the type defined by a second class) but later will become the basis of “patterns” of class interaction (known as “design patterns”).
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