Some people will tell you that these conventions are optional They are optional in the same sense that clothes are optional for an inaugural ball. There is nothing to stop you from violating the conventions, but there will be consequences. If you fail to follow coding conventions, posters on the Internet will mercilessly berate you for writing deliberately opaque code and most employers will fire you. Treat the coding covention rules just as seriously as any other grammatic rules. Don’t let yourself get into sloppy habits while learning to code on you own. The conventions help you too, Don’t fight them.
Javac.exe will not give you any warning when you violate the coding conventions. You are completely on your own to ensure compliance.
The coding conventions are optional only in the sense that Javac does not consider its duty to enforce them, because there are some rare circumstances where you might need to violate them in machine-generated code. Doug Lea, author of the book Concurrent Programming in Java also has a draft coding standard.
The Java language specification makes recommendations about the order of modifiers. It strongly encourages the following order:
CodeCompanion checks your code for conformity to 26 coding convention rules.
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