Final Variables Declaring a variable with the final keyword makes it impossible to reinitialize that variable once it has been initialized with an explicit value (notice we said explicit rather than default). For primitives, this means that once the variable is assigned a value, the value can't be altered. For example, if you assign 10 to the int variable x, then x is going to stay 10, forever. So that's straightforward for primitives, but what does it mean to have a final object reference variable? A reference variable marked final can't ever be reassigned to refer to a different object. The data within the object can be modified, but the reference variable cannot be changed. In other words, a final reference still allows you to modify the state of the object it refers to, but you can't modify the reference variable to make it refer to a different object. Burn this in: there are no final objects, only final references. We'll explain this in more detail in Chapter 3.
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