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Lesson 21 - Final OOP in Kotlin - Boxing, packages, and more

In the previous lesson, Equals(), clone() and data classes in Kotlin, we went over the equals() and clone() object methods and data classes. Welcome you all to the last tutorial of the basics of the object-oriented programming in Kotlin. We'll finish the remaining pieces of the theory and then we'll meet again in the Android applications course! :)

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In the last Kotlin tutorial, we'll go over boxing and unboxing, methods with dynamic number of parameters, package system, and nested classes.

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