In class-based, object-oriented programming, a constructor (abbreviation: ctor) is a special type of function called to create an object. It prepares the new object for use, often accepting arguments that the constructor uses to set required member variables.
What is the purpose of object () constructor?
What do you understand by object construction and destruction?
Constructor is called by the compiler whenever the object of the class is created, it allocates the memory to the object and initializes class data members. A destructor is called by the compiler when the object is destroyed and its main function is to deallocate the memory of the object.
What is the difference between object create and constructor?
The major difference is that Object. Create returns the new object while the constructor function return the constructor of the object or the object. This is due to the important difference that new actually runs constructor code, whereas Object. create will not execute the constructor code.
Which of following is not used to create an object in Java?
In deserialization, JVM doesn't use any constructor to create the object.