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Hi all, Contructor can not be overwritten and inherited but do not know why? plz advise. Thanks in advance......
 
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Originally posted by Gaurav Agarwal:
Hi all, Contructor can not be overwritten and inherited but do not know why? plz advise. Thanks in advance......



Dear Gaurav,

A constructor is a special method that is automatically run every time an instance of a class is created.

Constructers are meant only for the own class objects. What do you think that you can acheive by overriding the constructer.

If you really want to acheive the functionality of super class then you may call the super(); but what is the use of overriding constructer.

By Default

Constructors are always called downward from the top of the hierarchy



I hope it helps you.

 
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