Does memory need to be explicitly allocated to all objects (Java)?

Answer You must explicitly allocate memory for it with the statement:thisBook = new Book();otherwise you have only declared a null reference of type Book.

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Classes define objects. An object is a defined set of data and a set of methods that can be applied to that data. See below.