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Posted on    November-07-2016 1:18 AM

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Samuel Fernandes
Samuel Fernandes

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Posted on    November-07-2016 1:18 AM

The rules for constructor creation can be summarized as follows:

•A constructor must have the same name as the class name.
•A constructor does not return anything, not even a void type.
•A constructor may take zero or more arguments.
•By default, the compiler provides a no-argument constructor.
•If you provide any constructor—either a no-argument constructor or a constructor with arguments—the compiler does not provide a default constructor.


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