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 Q1. Can we use both "this()" and "super()" in a constructor ?Core Java
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Ans. No, because both this and super should be the first statement.

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 What will the following code print upon executing main method of Main class ?

public class BaseClass {
BaseClass(){
System.out.println("Hello I am in Base Class Constructor");
}
}

public class DerivedClass extends BaseClass{
DerivedClass(){
System.out.println("Hello I am in Derived Class Constructor");

super();
}
}

public class Main {

public static void main(String[] args) {
    DerivedClass derivedClass = new DerivedClass();
}
}

 What will the following code print upon executing main method of Main class ?

public class BaseClass {
BaseClass(int x){
System.out.println("Hello I am in Base Class Constructor");
}
}

public class DerivedClass extends BaseClass{
DerivedClass(){
super(1);
System.out.println("Hello I am in Derived Class Constructor");
}
}

public class Main {

public static void main(String[] args) {
    DerivedClass derivedClass = new DerivedClass();
}
}
 What will the following code print upon executing main method of Main class

public class BaseClass {

BaseClass(){
this(2);
System.out.println("Hello I am in Base Class Constructor");
}

BaseClass(int i){
System.out.println("Hello I am in Base Class int argument Constructor");
}
}

public class DerivedClass extends BaseClass{
DerivedClass(){
super(1);
System.out.println("Hello I am in Derived Class Constructor");
}
}

public class Main {

public static void main(String[] args) {
    DerivedClass derivedClass = new DerivedClass();
}
}




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