Class Initialization and Inheritance

By Raul Rios

Class and instance initializers are blocks of code outside constructors or methods. A class can have any number of initializers. They can be anywhere in the class body and are called in the order that they appear in the source code. Class initializers (also called static initialization blocks) use the ..Continue Reading

Inheritance

By Raul Rios

Excluding Object, which has no superclass, every Java class has one and only one direct superclass. That superclass is implicitly Object if no other superclass is specified using the reserved word extends. If class B extends from class A, then the subclass B inherits the accessible members from the superclass A. ..Continue Reading