Constructors in Java

Bharath Thippireddy
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English What are constructors? How do they differ from other methods of the class? Can we invoke one constructor from another constructor? And can we invoke the superclass constructor from the child class constructor? Let's take a look. A constructor is a method that is used to initialize the properties of an object when it is created. It has the same name as the class name. Unlike the other methods, in this case, class Accord, the constructor is also Accord. But the other methods start and stop have different names of their own. But the constructor name is the same name as the class name. The constructor is only invoked when the instance or the object of that class is created. Whereas the other methods can be invoked as many number of times as we want. To invoke other constructors in the same class, we use the this method. And we can pass in the parameters just like any other method. And if the class Accord extends class Honda, to invoke the superclass' constructor, the Honda's constructor from within the child class constructor, we use the super method and pass in any parameters.