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Constructors

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- Used to initialize the member variables
- Default constructor initializes these to zero
- Constructors are special type of methods
- Do not have a return type (not even void)
- Must be public so that they can be accessed from a different class
- Cannot be static: static methods can be invoked without attaching them to any object e.g., main; constructors by definition must be invoked for a particular object

class Pwr {

double b;

int e;

double val;

Pwr(double base, int exp) {

b = base;

e = exp;

val = 1;

if(exp==0) return;

for( ; exp>0; exp--) val = val * base;

}

double get_pwr() {

return val;

}

}

class power {

public static void main(String args[]) {

Pwr x = new Pwr(4.0, 2);

Pwr y = new Pwr(2.5, 1);

Pwr z = new Pwr(5.7, 0);

System.out.println(x.b + " raised to the " + x.e +

" power is " + x.get_pwr());

System.out.println(y.b + " raised to the " + y.e +

" power is " + y.get_pwr());

System.out.println(z.b + " raised to the " + z.e +

" power is " + z.get_pwr());

}

}

class Pwr {

double b;

int e;

double val;

Pwr(double base, int exp) {

this.b = base;

this.e = exp;

this.val = 1;

if(exp==0) return;

for( ; exp>0; exp--) this.val = this.val * base;

}

double get_pwr() {

return this.val;

}

}

class powerthis {

public static void main(String args[]) {

Pwr x = new Pwr(4.0, 2);

Pwr y = new Pwr(2.5, 1);

Pwr z = new Pwr(5.7, 0);

System.out.println(x.b + " raised to the " + x.e +

" power is " + x.get_pwr());

System.out.println(y.b + " raised to the " + y.e +

" power is " + y.get_pwr());

System.out.println(z.b + " raised to the " + z.e +

" power is " + z.get_pwr());

}

}

class Pwr {

double b;

int e;

double val;

Pwr(double b, int e) {

this.b = b;

this.e = e;

val = 1;

if(e==0) return;

for( ; e>0; e--) val = val * b;

}

double get_pwr() {

return this.val;

}

}

class thisdemo {

public static void main(String args[]) {

Pwr x = new Pwr(4.0, 2);

Pwr y = new Pwr(2.5, 1);

Pwr z = new Pwr(5.7, 0);

System.out.println(x.b + " raised to the " + x.e +

" power is " + x.get_pwr());

System.out.println(y.b + " raised to the " + y.e +

" power is " + y.get_pwr());

System.out.println(z.b + " raised to the " + z.e +

" power is " + z.get_pwr());

}

}

class C{

int x=10, y=25;

C(){

}

C(int a, int b){

//System.out.println("printining from constructor"+x+" "+y);

x=a; y=b;

}

void f(int x){

System.out.println(x+" "+this.x+" "+y);

C d = new C(1,1);

System.out.println(d.x+" "+this.x+" "+d.y);

d = this;

System.out.println(d.x+" "+this.x+" "+d.y);

}

}

class classdemo{

public static void main(String args[]){

C a = new C();

a.f(5);

C b = new C(15,20);

b.f(10);

}

}

5 10 25

1 10 1

10 10 25

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1 15 1

15 15 20