To summarize the process of creating an object, consider a class called Dog:
1-Even though is does not explicity use the static keyword, the constructor is actually a static method. So the first time an object of type Dog is create, or the first time a static method or static field of
class Dog is accessed, the Java iterpreter must locate Dog.class, which it does by searching through the classpath.
2-As Dog.class is lodded, all of its static initializers are run. Thus, static initializatioin takes place only once, as the class object is lodded for the first time.
3-When you create a new Dog(), the construction process for a Dog object first allocates enough storage for a Dog object on the heap.
4-This storage is wiped to zero, automatically setting all the primitives in that Dog object to their default values(zero for numbers and the eqivalent for boolean and char) and the references to null.
5-Any initializations that occur at the point of field definition are executed.
6-Constructors are executed. This might actually involve a fair amount of activity, especially when injeritance is involved.