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the answer is right. Object is the base of everything in Java. but the answer given by JamesCherrill is more important. there is no textbook or course that 'll ever try to teach OO development in Java without mentioning the fact that Object is the base of every other class in Java, and that it's extended by all.
if the OP won't even take the time to figure this one out, it means he never tried reading his book, googling, or anything else, I'm afraid.
Yes, indeed, but the saddest part here is that he's a member of daniweb since January 2011, having 51 posts already. By now, he should have already read at least some programming books, and if not, well...
Before anyone else creates more distraction with the Object class, the Java Language Specification has 21 references to the term "top level class" and every single one corresponds to the definition right at the top of chapter 8 "Classes"
A top level class is a class that is not a nested class.
Incidentally, not one of those references matches the answer "Object"
So although in general conversation you may refer to Object as being the top (level) class, the JLS reserves that term for one very specific meaning, and it's a brave Java programmer who disagrees with the JLS.
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