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 Q1. Is it advisable to set the member variables through constructors instead of setting them through setters ?
Ans. Yes , If the values to be set are known at the time of initialization and doesn't involve polymorphic behavior.If it's using Dependency Injection , then Constructor injection must be available. If it suffice the above conditions, then definitely its advisable to have them set through constructor as they eagerly load the values into the memory and save it fro multiple values assignment ( one through default constructor and then through assignment )

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