Picking up from yesterday’s discussion of the “new” keyword and the process of instantiation, Bob discusses constructors which are methods that automatically are invoked when a new instance of a class is created. Constructors allow you, the developer, to “plug in” and ensure that the new object is in a valid, usable state before it is used in the client code.
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