The final keyword may be applied to a class, indicating the class may not be extended (subclassed).
The final keyword may be applied to a method, indicating the method may not be overridden in any subclass.
A class may never be both abstract and final. Abstract means the class must be extended or overridden, while final means it cannot be.Syntax:
public final function();
public final variable;Example:
public final class MyFinalClass
public class MyClass
public final String myFinalMethod()
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