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Java Populating and Relationships

how constructor is initialized?

@Autowired public DatabaseLoader(CourseRepository courses) { this.courses = courses; } from where spring loads bean?

1 Answer

Cristian Escamilla
Cristian Escamilla
1,626 Points

A constructor is initialized when a new instance of the class is born, the word new is a call for the constructor of the class example:

new MyClass();

is a call for the no argument constructor of the MyClass class.