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Now, before we get too much further, we need to embark on a brief metaphysical digression. The above structure is not a human being itself; it simply describes the idea, or the concept, behind a human being. It describes what it is to be human. To be human is to have height, hair, to sleep, to eat, and so on. Th is is a crucial distinction for programming objects. This human being template is known as a class. A class is different from an object. You are an object. I am an object. That guy on the subway is an object. Albert Einstein is an object. We are all people, real world instances of the idea of a human being.

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