3. Require more clarity on a part of the concept


#1

The curriculum states > If we do not create a class constructor, Java provides one that does not allow you to set initial information.

I didn't understand this point. Can someone provide bit more details? Thanks in advance!


#2

This is saying that if you dont create a constructor it will set a blank constructor. Like this:

public void dog(){

}

This is done so you could create an instance without the need of creating a construcor. So you could just say Dog spike = new Dog() without creating a constructor! Hope this Helped!