I have recently encountered some sentences relating to being while reading some books. However, the sentences don't make a sense for me because I can't understand them. Could you explain me the sentences and the usage of beings.
If the parameters to a constructor do not, in and of themselves, describe the object being returned, a static factory with a well-chosen name is easier to use and the resulting client code easier to read.
Object-oriented programs work the other way around. They are organized around data, with the key principle being "data controlling access to code."
The block being labeled can be a stand-alone block, or a statement that has a block as its target.
When I pay attention usage of the beings following past participle forms of verb comes after a name.