A JScript function that has two special features: It is invoked by the new operator. It is passed the address of a newly created object through the this keyword. Use constructors to initialize new objects.
A special method that creates a new object of the type of its enclosing class.
A method called to set up a new instance of a class.
In object-oriented design or programming; a special class method that has the same name as the class and is used to construct and possibly initialise objects of its class type.
a special member function that performs initialization and is called automatically when an object is instantiated
A constructor is a function that creates an ST_SpatialObject, or one of it's sub-types.
An initialization function for the objects of a class. Constructors have the same name as their class.
A constructor is an operation within the scope of a class that creates and initializes an instance of a class. It may be used as an operation stereotype.
a class function that creates a new instance of the lexically enclosing class c
a class initialization function that is executed automatically when a class instance is created
a description of how a newly created instance of a class, a
a function called when an object comes into scope
a function inside a class that has the same name as the class, and it is called if an object of this class is made
a Function object that creates and initialises objects
a function that allows you to instantiate a specific version of the class
a function that gets executed as first thing when a class is created during runtime
a function that has the same names as the class in which it exists
a function that initializes an object
a function that is automatically called when you attempt to create an instance of an object
a function that is run on the class when a new instance of the class is created
a function that the database server uses to create an instance of a particular data type
a function used to define new objects
a function which initializes an object
a function which will construct a data type
a function whose name is equal to its object's name
a function within the object that is called when the object is created
a function with the same name as the type it returns
a hybrid of object and class methods
a kind of subroutine that is called when the new operator is used to create a new object
a member function of a class that is used to create objects of that class
a member function of a class whose name is the name of the class
a member function that creates new object s of a (particular) class type
a member function that creates new variables of the class to which it belongs
a member function that has the same name as the class name and is invoked automatically when the class is instantiated
a member function that is called on automatically once an object is declared
a member function that is invoked when an object is created
a member function (though it has no return type) that contains the same name as the class
a method of a MBean for create a new instance of the MBean
a method of the class, having the same name as the class, which is automatically executed when an object of the class is created
a method that always has the same name as its class and has no return type, not even void
a method that initializes a new object of a class
a method that initializes an object
a method that is called at the time the object is instantiated, usually to set up internal properties and get the object into a state where it can be used effectively
a method that is invoked upon instantiation of a class
a method that runs automatically when an object is first created
a method whose instructions are processed, automatically, each time you use the class to create (instantiate) an object
a method within a class that provides the means to construct the object
a method with the same name as the class and no return type
a method with the same name as the class it is defined in, and is automatically called with the operator new
an object-oriented programming (OOP)term that refers to a method that is executed when you create an object
an operation that has the ability to change the state of an object
an operation , which has class scope , that creates and initializes an instance of a class
a Perl subroutine in a class that returns a reference to something that has the class name attached to it
a piece of code that's executed when an object is instantiated
a public method (a method that can be accessed anywhere in a program) with the same name as the class
a special class function that has the same name as the class and is automatically executed by PHP whenever a new instance of that class is created
a special class method that is meant to create an object in an initialized state
a special form of method that assists in the construction of an object and the initialization of the data encapsulated by the object
a special function that creates new objects and initializes their instance variables
a special function that is used to create a class
a special function which is called automatically when a class is created
a special kind of a function
a special kind of method that determines how an object is initialized when created
a special kind of method that is written as a part of a class
a special kind of subroutine in a class
a special member function whose task is to initialize the objects of it's class
a special method called by the creation operator to initialize an object
a special method (function) attached to a class that defines how to create an object that belongs to that class
a special method in Java that's called when an object is created
a special method inside a class which runs automatically when we create an object from our class
a special method of a class that is automatically executed when the class is instantiated by declaring it as an object
a special method of a class that is used to instantiate (and optionally initialize) a new object of the class type
a special method that allows the creation of an object from an object type
a special method that creates and initializes instance objects
a special method that every class contains
a special method that has the same name as the class and returns no value
a special method that is automatically run every time an instance of a class is created
a special method that is called automatically each time an object is made based on a class
a special method that is created when the object is created or defined
a special method that is normally used to initialize the data members of a class, and its name is always the same as the name of the class
a special method that is used to create an object (or instance ) of a class
a special method that must be present in a class for the class to get instantiated
a special subroutine that creates objects for a given class
a special type of method that gives you control over how you create your objects
a special type of method used to initialize newly created objects
a special type of subroutine that is called automatically whenever an object is created
a subroutine, generally (but once again, not necessarily) called new , that is responsible for creating and blessing objects
a subroutine prefixed with the keyword New
a subroutine used to initialize new objects
a subroutine with the reserved name New
a type member that is called as soon as the object's fields have been initialized
a well defined way of initialising an object, in this case an instance of a struct
alg. sem.] A function that builds new signs of a given sort. A constructor can have parameters of any kind, including other signs. For example, a constructor for a GUI window might have parameters specifying the menus it will contain, and so on.
A variant of the Carrier class mecha, constructors often have welding, riveting and concrete-pouring tools built into specialized arms. The are most commonly used in major building projects.
In object-oriented programming, the class method that brings a new instance of the class into existence. Many classes have more than one constructor, for different purposes. See copy constructor and default constructor.
A method invoked upon instantiation of a class. Memory for the class is allocated at this time.
Procedure that is invoked when an object is created.
A special method on a class or struct that initializes the objects of that type. For more information, see Constructors.
When we want to create a new object of an already-existing class, we have to be sure that we do it right. The class might require that each object be composed of certain information, so we need some way to control the way objects are created. Each class has a function called new that creates a new object of the class in question. This is a constructor -- a class that creates a new object of a certain class.
This a special function which can be included in classes, and which is executed whenever a variable of that class is declared. Click here for more details. See also destructors.
A pseudo-method that creates an object. In the Java programming language, constructors are instance methods with the same name as their class. Constructors are invoked using the new keyword.
a method used to create a new object
A class member function that is called whenever a new call object is created. Default constructors have no parameters. Alternate (or non-default) constructors can have parameters. There can be several constructors for a given class.
The method called when an object is created. It's job is to help create (or construct) the object. There are two types of constructors: default constructors and specific constructors. declare/declaration To create a variable that can be used in the program. This is different than initialization, which gives the variable a value. Declaration just creates the variable so that it can be used to hold values later on. For example, int x; just declares the variable, while int x = 5; both declares and initializes the variable.
A constructor is a special method which is called when an object is created. Constructors are declared just like any other method except that the name of a constructor is always the same as the class it is defined in. You are allowed to override, overload, and chain constructors. They are often used to set up any intial state of an object at creation time. The constructor's "converse," the finalizer can be used to handle any operations required before the object is destroyed.
Classes use constructor functions to create an object. This is usually done by creating an anonymous hash and storing the classes properties inside the hash as entries. Most constructor functions are named new(). See also Classes and Deconstructor.
C++ member function with the same name as the class. It constructs objects of the class type and is invoked when the associated type is used in a definition.
A special member¤ function¤ which is automatically called whenever an instance¤ of a class¤ is created.
A special method that only is handled when an object is being created.
A method that is invoked automatically when a new instance of a class is created. Constructors are used to initialize the variables of the newly created object. The constructor method has the same name as the class.
A special routine within a class definition that, on creation of an instance of that class, initialises the state of the instance.
Is a function that instanciates a class.
A class member whose purpose is to help initialize all the fields of a class. Constructors can be overloaded.
A method named after its class. A constructor method is invoked when an object of that class is made.
An object instance is created by calling the constructor of a class. A constructor is method-like block of code that is called when the object is created. Typically constructors initialize data members and acquire resources the abject may require.
In object-oriented programming, a constructor (sometimes shorted to ctor) in a class is a special block of statements called when an object is created, either when it is declared (statically constructed on the stack, possible in C++ but not in Java and other object-oriented languages) or dynamically constructed on the heap through the keyword â€œnewâ€. A constructor is similar to a class method, but it differs from a method in that it never has an explicit return type, it's not inherited, and usually has different rules for modifiers. Constructors are often distinguished by having the same name as the declaring class.