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Have you taken a look into the Class Constant? Check out page 109 of the textbook.

A class constant is a variable that is named and is unable to be changed. It’s scope is the whole class, so it can be accessed anywhere within the class.

Don’t forget that they must be declared with the keyword “final”

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you'll create a class constant.

eg. public static final int SIZE=4;

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It's important to remember that class constants must be stated before the main method and that each part of the constant name is separated by a "_".

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