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Static valueOf() objects

Static valueOf() objects: Create Interfaces with FXML and JavaFX
Static valueOf() objects: Create Interfaces with FXML and JavaFX

Sometimes, immutable classes provide a valueOf() method to construct an object instead of a no-args constructor. If the valueOf() method is declared static, it can accept a single String argument, and returns an object. You can use the fx:value attribute to create an object using the method. For example, java.lang.String as well as each of the primitive wrapper types define a valueOf() method and can be constructed.

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