Why do constructors exist?

ensure that a newly created object satisfies the class's invariant conditions

Answer by Dale Emery:

The point of a constructor is to ensure that a newly created object satisfies the class's invariant conditions. By the time the constructor finishes, the object is a valid member of its class.

Why do constructors exist?

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