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17.10.6 Optional instance constructor paramet

[Note: The this(?) form of constructor initializer is commonly used in
conjunction with overloading to
implement optional instance constructor parameters. In the example
class Text
{
public Text(): this(0, 0, null) {}
public Text(int x, int y): this(x, y, null) {}
public Text(int x, int y, string s) {
// Actual constructor implementation
}
}
the first two instance constructors merely provide the default values for
the missing arguments. Both use a
this(?) constructor initializer to invoke the third instance constructor,
which actually does the work of
initializing the new instance. The effect is that of optional constructor
parameters:
Text t1 = new Text(); // Same as Text(0, 0, null)
Text t2 = new Text(5, 10); // Same as Text(5, 10, null)
Text t3 = new Text(5, 20, "Hello");
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