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can a constructor have parameters?

Posted By :Deco     Posted Date :September 27, 2010    Points :10   Category :OOPS 
Yes, constructor can have parameters of their own.

also it can be overloaded.

public class myClass
public myClass()
// This is the no parameter constructor method.
// First Constructor

public myClass(int EmpID)
// This is the constructor with one parameter.
// Second Constructor


public mySampleClass(int EmpID, string Name)
// This is the constructor with two parameters.
// Third Constructor

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