Using “Blank” Final Data Members

Blank finals are fields that are declared as final, but are not given an initialization value. Java allows the creation of blank finals, but, in all cases, the blank final must be initialized before it is used, and the compiler ensures this. However, blank finals provide much more flexibility since, for example, a final field inside a class can now be different for each object and yet it retains its immutable quality. Here

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