While studying I came across this question.
Which statement is true?
Select the one correct answer.
1) A super() or this() call must always be provided explicitly as the first statement in the body of a constructor.
2) If both a subclass and its superclass do not have any declared constructors, the implicit default constructor of the subclass will call super() when run.
3) If neither super() nor this() is declared as the first statement in the body of a constructor, then this() will implicitly be inserted as the first statement.
4)If super() is the first statement in the body of a constructor, then this() can be declared as the second statement.
5)Calling super() as the first statement in the body of a constructor of a subclass will always work, since all superclasses have a default constructor.
As per what I have studied option (1) seems equally rasonable to me.But when i checked the answer it says (2)
Can anyone tell me where am i mistaken?