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Hi Friends,
I'm puzzled with the behaviour of the code,Situation is like this.I've a class 'A' which is a Abstaract class.Now i created one more class 'B' which is not abstract but extends class 'A'.
The above is done using WSAD tool.When i looked in class 'B' it appeared with no constructor
nothing like like
public B(){

}
But allows me to contruct a constructor in class B manualy.I'm wondering why the constructor is not created automaticaly???. What is that issue behind this??.plz help me to know it better.
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prashu
 
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If you do not explicitly add a constructor, then the compiler will automatically add the default no argument constructor to the class file. It will not, however, automatically add the constructor to the source file.
 
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A belated welcome to JavaRanch. You may not have read our naming policy on the way in. It reqiures that you use a full, real (sounding) first and last name for your display name. A single name isn't enough. You can change your display name here. Thanks.
 
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