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Today you learned how encapsulation in class design can hide a complex process in an object and provide a simple interface. By using object-oriented programming, you learned that encapsulation can speed development and limit the number of errors within an application.

As you design object-oriented applications, remember that encapsulating functionality and data in a class is a fundamental goal of object-oriented development. If you use encapsulation effectively and creatively, writing stable, complex applications will become simple.

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