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How to Create Singleton Class in Java, Singleton Class in Java

Core Java » On Sep 29, 2012 By Sivateja

Making java class as singleton is very important in some real time projects, we may need to have exactly one instance of a class. Suppose in hibernate  SessionFactory should be singleton as its heavy weight, and some other Banking related projects mainly.

Some times creating singleton classes are very very important, if we are creating the object of some classes again and again ‘N’ number of times, that will definitely kills the memory and finally our application will get down, so we can avoid that with this concept.

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9 Responses to “How to Create Singleton Class in Java, Singleton Class in Java”
  1. Pavan says:

    Sir,please can u explain the program?

  2. suresh says:

    You should provide private constructor to “AccountCreation” class. Otherwise user can create new instance for that.

  3. Java4s says:


    I Agree :-)

  4. Srinivasa says:


    I Agree with you..

  5. the above class should implement cloneable interface otherwise we can clone object i.e we can create duplicate object for class

  6. Ishwar Kumar says:

    What is difference between enumration and abstract class

  7. Bhushan says:

    Hi Sir,

    Please provide some explanations of Design Patterns also.

  8. satya says:

    @Suresh. I agree with you. We need to create private constructor.

  9. Arshi says:

    how to prevent cloning of singleton class?


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