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Why do we use Constructors in Java ?

Vinod Vinu
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Why do we use Constructors in Java ? What is the purpose of it?

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Ernest Friedman-Hill
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To construct objects? Their purpose seems pretty self-evident: when you create an object, there's obviously a need to initialize the data in that object to a particular known good state. That's what constructors are for.

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To ensure everything the object needs is initialized at construction time.

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