Array of Objects in Java | Object Oriented Programming Tutorial


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In this beginners object oriented java programming video tutorial you will learn about array of objects in detail with example.

This video lecture teaches how to create array of objects, how to store objects in arrays, how to access objects from the array in detail with example.

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25 thoughts on “Array of Objects in Java | Object Oriented Programming Tutorial

  1. its giving erroe "non static variable this can't be refrenced as static variable"

    package javaapplication40;
    public class JavaApplication40 {

    public static void main(String[] args) {

    Students anil = new Students ();


    public class Students {

    int age;

    String name;

    Students (){

    age= 0;

    name= "no name";


    Students(int age , String name){

    this .age=age; name;


    public void setnames(int age , String name){

    this .age=age; name;


    public void display(){

    System.out.println("name is "+ name + " ans age is "+ age );




  2. Thank u Sir ..U really helped me..Seriously your explanation was too good for me to understand the concepts not only for me each and everyone can understand it ..i have no words to say ..can u please do it for vfx ,hacking and how android works something like that..i need more videos on java inheritance like that then once again thank u

  3. I follow all of your tutorials…i have gone through all courses.. c , c++ , java..n i am quiet confident abt whatever i have learned from these..can you plz give me some reference about what i should learn next..after these tutorials

  4. Hi Anil, I just finished all your videos and am confident now that I can do some programming. Will you please let me know when can you upload next series of videos on remaining topics? Thanks a lot for giving such a wonderful lecture

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