Kotlin Classes

Learn about object-oriented programming in Kotlin.

The object-oriented programming (OOP) paradigm focuses on the creation of objects that encapsulate data and behavior. It involves the use of classes and objects, which create real-world entities and abstract concepts.

Classes and objects

Kotlin uses the class keyword followed by the name to declare a class. It uses curly brackets to enclose the body of the class, and uses properties to declare and access class members. A property is a value associated with an object, which we can read or write using some code. For instance, see the code widget below:

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