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    can we use access specifiers like public or private before constructors?
    pls give an example explaining how?


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    Default Re: constructors

    Welcome to the forum. Please read this topic to learn how to post code in code or highlight tags and other useful info for new members.

    As to answer your question, obviously you can. Let me give you an example:-

     
     class example
     {int ex;
      public example()
      {ex=10;
      }
     }

    Here, the constructor is being used to initialize variable ex automatically during program running with value 10. In fact, any type of method can contain access specifiers, be it constructor or any method/function.

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    Default Re: constructors

    @Abhilash Please use standard java conventions when posting examples:
    Uppercase for first letter
    No statement following {

     
     class Example
     {
       int ex;
       public Example()
       {
          ex=10;
       }
     }
    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.

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