Jun 16, 2019 in JAVA
Q: Why main() method is public, static and void in java ?

public : “public” is an access specifier which can be used outside the class. When main method is declared

public it means it can be used outside class.

static : To call a method we require object. Sometimes it may be required to call a method without the

help of object. Then we declare that method as static. JVM calls the main() method without creating

object by declaring keyword static.

void : void return type is used when a method does’nt return any value . main() method does’nt return

any value, so main() is declared as void.

Signature : public static void main(String[] args) {

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Jun 16, 2019 in JAVA