/*
* Spelling counts if you do Main then it will not work
* string is the return type
* **********************************************
* BACON BACON *
* BACON BACON *
* BACON BACON *
* BACON BACON *
* BACON BACON *
* BACON BACON *
* BACON BACON *
* *
* *
* BACON BACON *
* BACON BACON *
* BACON BACON BACON BACON *
* BACON BACON BACON BACON *
* BACON \ *
* BACON \ *
* BACON *
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* Java is an object oriented program
* objects tell you what the thing should know.
* you can make a object of a class
* Concatonation is the child of another parent
* every class inherit the parent class
*
* String is a class
*
* primitives are never capatilized
* int
* double
* char
*
*/
public class concatonations {
public static void main (String [] args){
System.out.println("This class concatonation string");
String s = concatOne();
double d = concatTwo();
System.out.println( s + d); // this is concatonation
}

public static String concatOne()
{
/*
* void is in place of the return type if you don't ever want a return type.
*/
String alpha = " Awesome "; //literal strings are the ones that are in quotes
String beta = " Better ";
return(alpha + " " + beta); //the blue sign is the concatonation symbol.

}


public static double concatTwo()
{
int first = 6;
double second = 10;
double third = 15.5;
System.out.println(" The sum of two numbers is " + (first + second));
return(first + second);
//this +sign is not a concatonation sign
/**
* NOTICE int + double = double
* Any line after a return statement is not used.
*/


}
}

my original tutorial script can be found here