May 5, 2013 · 1 min read
##### A method in Java, like a function in C/C++ (in fact, a function of C/C++ is called a methods in Java), embeds a few statements. A method is delimited (separated) from the remaining part of the code by a pair braces. Method increases reusability. When the method is called number of times, all the statements are executed repeatedly. Java comes with **static methods**, **final methods** and **abstract methods**. All the three varies in their functionalities. This "Java Method Example" tutorial gives with normal methods. Other methods you can refer this site later.