Java Object Creation

A java object is also known as the instance of the class. The process of assigning value to the object, reference variable or creating objects from a class is called instantiation.
An object is an instance of a class. A class is a template or blueprint from which objects are created. The object represents a real-life entity. So, an object is the instance or result of a class.
An object has 3 characters.

  • State: States represents by variables, attributes, data, property and value of the object.
  • Behaviour: Behavior represents the methods or functionality of the object.
  • Identity: JVM assigned a unique ID to each object to identify.

Java Object Creation

Java provides multiple ways to create objects.

  • By new keyword
  • By Class class newInstance() method. 
  • By Constructor class newInstance() method
  • By clone() method
  • By deserialization

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