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And if the Dog class has a method make Noise(), well, don’t you think a 70-pound dog barks a bit deeper than the little 9-pounder?
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And by now, it’s probably no surprise that a Setter lives and breathes for the chance to take an argument value and use it to Until this most important moment, we’ve been committing one of the worst OO faux pas (and we’re not talking minor violation like showing up without the ‘B’ in BYOB). Most instance variable values are coded with certain assumptions about the boundaries of the values. If you have an instance variable that doesn’t have a boundary, doesn’t that setter method create unnecessary overhead? Imagine if half the people in your company used your class with public instance variables, and one day you suddenly realized, “Oops– there’s something I didn’t plan for with that value, I’m going to have to switch to a setter method.” You break everyone’s code.
Like, think of all the things that would break if negative numbers were allowed. The cool thing about encapsulation is that You don’t have to initialize instance variables, because they always have a default value.
You might want to call a method with a non-void return type, even though you don’t care about the return value. In the hands of the wrong person, a reference variable (remote control) is quite a dangerous weapon. Maybe the method will reject it and do nothing, or maybe it’ll throw an Exception (like if it’s a null social security number for a credit card application), or maybe the method will round the parameter sent in to the nearest acceptable value.
In this case, you’re calling the method for the work it does . A Getter’s sole purpose in life is to send back, as a return value, the value of whatever it is that particular Getter is supposed to be Getting. Because what’s to prevent: Doesn’t take a Ph D here. The point is, you can do whatever you want in the setter method, whereas you can’t do But sometimes I see setter methods that simply set the value without checking anything.