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 Q1. Write code for constructor overloadingCore Java

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 Q2. Can we have more than two constructors in a class ?Core Java2019-04-05 13:29:09

Ans. Yes, through constructor overloading

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 Is this constructor overloading ?

What is the difference between the 2 methods in Java ?

Class BuggyBread {

BuggyBread(){
}
void BuggyBread(int x){
}
}


 Q3. The following code is an example of

public class Car extends Vehicle{
   int x;

   Car(int y){
      x = 5;
   }

   Car(){
      this(5);
   }
}
Core Java
a. Constructor Overloading
b. Constructor Chaining
c. Both Constructor Overloading and Chaining
d. None of above

Ans.c. Both Constructor Overloading and Chaining


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