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Constructors in Java tutorials

  • A constructor is a special method that is used to initialize a newly created object and is  called just after the memory is allocated for the object.

  • It can be used to initialize the objects ,to required ,or default values at the time of object creation.

  • It is not mandatory for the coder to write a constructor for the class. By default java provide one constructor for every class.

  • Constructor has the same name as that of class, they are called or invoked when an object of class is created and can't be called explicitly.

  • Attributes of an object may be available when creating objects if no attribute is available then default constructor is called, also some of the attributes may be known initially.

  • It is optional to write constructor in a class but due to their utility they are used.

  • If no user defined constructor is provided for a class, compiler initializes member variables to its default values as below:

    1. numeric data types are set to 0

    2. char data types are set to null character('í)

    3. reference variables are set to null

  • In order to create a constructor you must follow some rules as below:
    1. Constructors can use any access modifier, including private. A private constructor means only code within the class itself can instantiate an object of that type, so if the private constructor class wants to allow an instance of the class to be used, the class must provide a static method or variable that allows access to an instance created from within the class.

    2. Constructor has same name as class.

    3. Constructor should not return any value not even void.

Note: Java is a garbage collected language you cannot predict when an object will be destroyed. Hence there is no direct equivalent of a destructor in Java.


Difference between Constructor and Method



Constructor have same name as class

Method may or may not have the same name as class if methods having same name as class then it must have any return type including void.

Constructor is a special method of a class but canít be invoked directly by method call. Constructor is not a member of a class as it can neither be inherited nor invoked using dot(.) operator.

Methods are member of class and can invoked using dot(.) operator.

Constructor has no explicit return type.

Method have a return type, if there is nothing to return, the return type must be void.

Constructor is used to initialize the objects, members of object and then execute statements if any.

Method is used to execute statements or logical code block encapsulated inside a method.

A constructor can never be abstract or static.

A method is of two types defined i.e implemented or undefined i.e abstract. The method implementation can be further categorized as static or non-static. An abstract method canít be static or final.

Constructor can be invoked by either new ClassName(), this(args if any), super(args if any), getInstance().

Method can be invoked by Class name in case of static method or by object/this in case of non-static method.



<modifier> class <class name>




//Body of constructor;




Example: Java program to demonstrate constructor

 Sam Madam

//Program name

// Java program to demonstrate constructor

public class ConstructorDemo


int Num1;

int Num2;



Num1 = 10;

Num2 = 20;

System.out.println("I am inside Constructor");

System.out.println("Value1 === "+Num1);

System.out.println("Value2 === "+Num2);

System.out.println("End of Constructor");


public void display()


System.out.println("I am inside display method");

System.out.println("Value1 === "+Num1);

System.out.println("Value2 === "+Num2);

System.out.println("End of display method");


public static void main(String args[])


ConstructorDemo d1 = new ConstructorDemo();





I am inside Constructor

Value1 === 10

Value2 === 20

End of Constructor

I am inside display method

Value1 === 10

Value2 === 20

End of display method


Parameterized constructors

  • Since a constructor is also a special method it can have arguments.

  • An argument is called as a parameter.

  • Parameters appearing in the call statement are known as the formal parameters and in definition are called as actual parameters.

  • Since constructor is called at the point of definition of object, the values to constructor are sent through definition.

  • The values are specified after object name in( ).

  • There can be more than one constructor , which must be differentiated by the number of arguments or their data types.



Example: Java program to illustrate parameterized constructor

 Sam Madam

// Java program to illustrate parameterized constructor

public class Test


Test(int a, int b)


System.out.println("Value of a :"+a);

System.out.println("Value of b :"+b);


public static void main(String[] args)


Test t1=new Test(10, 20);




Value of a :10

Value of b :20

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