Can somebody explain why the code below compiles. Why does Main a = new Main(3) call the constructor that takes the float argument. How does JAVA handle implicit promotion for constructor arguments? Thanks!
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Andreas In your constructor Main(float i) you pass the float value for i in but you never assign it to anything. The this() call your constructor with no arguments which is always going to assign the value 3 to i.
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