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why did constructor's name is same as class name and it has no return type
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Constructors are used for object instantiation. It is like initializing the object created with the given values. You don't expect it to return anything. It just sets values (does groundwork specified in the constructor). It returns nothing. Not even void

Constructor's name is same as the class name so that the compiler can distinguish it from other functions in that class.
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agreed with @gauravkc just would like to rephrase "initializing the object created with the given values" as initializing the fields of the object with given values, after a constructor is invoked a space is created  in memory for the object and initializes its fields

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