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How to terminate constructor method?

How to terminate constructor method?

How to terminate constructor method?

Hi guys!
Need help, please. I cannot work out how to terminate constructor method in a case one of the conditions is not met. e.g.:
public DonationAmount (valuA)
if (valueA < 50000)
system.out.println("Not enough!");
//something here to terminate the rest
//carry on with constructor

is there a key word in J++ or do i have to write a separete method terminate() if so how do i do it?

Thanks a lot. This is for my school assignment so it would help a great deal. Cheers. and all the best to O-O programming

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