Static methods are handy for utility methods that aren't stateless. It may be argued that if you have static methods, you should refactor them into ordinary functions. The static keyword can also be used on properties and getters.
A static method (or static function) is a method that is defined as a member of an object but can be accessed directly from the constructor of an API object rather than an object instantiation created via the constructor.
The main() method is the most common example of a static method. Any static member can be accessed before any objects of its class are generated, and without referencing any object, as previously stated. Static methods are subject to the following constraints: They can only directly call other static methods.
A static method manipulates a class's static variables. It is associated with the class rather than the class objects, and it can be called without a class object. Only the static instance variables can be initialized via the static initialization blocks. When the class is loaded, these blocks are only run once.
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