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    Default Constructor with final parameters

    here is a constructor with three parameters. Please can anyone tell me what this final will have affect on the parametes


    Triangle (final Double sideA, final Double sideB, final Double sideC)

    Thanks a lot in advance

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    You can't change the value of those final parameters...(Obviously)
    But you can still use them as constants...

    Have you test it?
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    It doesn't matter in s constructor or not. Only thing you have to keep in mind is, can't change the original value of it. As sukatoa says, you can use it while keep as a constant.

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    It is also a requirement if you want to use those parameters in local inner classes. Check it out here: http://littletutorials.com/2008/03/0...inner-classes/
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