Constructor is a non-static method having the same name as its class - Core Java

Q.  Which is a non-static method having the same name as its class?
- Published on 13 Jul 15

a. Field
b. Method
c. Constructor
d. None of the above

ANSWER: Constructor
 

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  • Rupesh Bharuka   -Posted on 30 Sep 16
    Constructors are the special functions which has same name as of class name without any return type, not even 'void'

    Now somebody might be thinking why constructors are 'non-static' method?
    Because, constructors gets called when an object of that class is created. But static methods are such which we can call even before object creation. That's why constructors are always 'non-static'.

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