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No use of it!!

Posted by jinaraj on November 28, 2001 at 6:55 AM

The reason I guess is there is no use of declaring it final. "final" modifier is assigned to any method not to over ride it in a sub-class. Any way constructors can't be over ridden. SO even if we are able to give final modifier it won't serve any purpose.

> Why construstors can not be final??


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