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Hi guys, could you help me out with below questions.

1) What happens to super() call to Object class constructor. I mean constructor whether it's no-arg or arg, executes parent to child. So Object being Super class of all, how Object class defines or execute it's no-arg or arg constructor.

2) void nameMe() { return; } ----> It is allowed as method return type is void so "return;" make sense. what about constructor? We know constructor have not return type, still we can write "return;" inside constructor like this.

class A{
  A() {
     return;
  }
}

question here is, why is that? "void" in constructor is not allowed but "return;" is allowed.
 
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1) super() in Object is the last thing called. Even if you have a constructor, it will eventually call super() in Object. That's what creates the object

2) return is just like a statement that says "stop executing me". So the constructor knows you can't return a type. It' snot a good idea to have "return" in a constructor even if it is allowed though.
 
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