10 Mar 1996
If a field variable is declared final, it must be assigned a value in its declaration statement and thereafter remains constant. The compiler doesn't allow a final variable to be assigned a new value.
If a method is declared final, then it cannot be overridden in any class derived by extending this class.
If a class is declared final, then it cannot be extended to create new classes.
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