|Methods are declared using the following syntax:
|A method may have access modifier and the special modifiers.
|Summary of Java keywords used with methods.
|The return type of a method
|The throws clause identifies all of the checked exception types that may be thrown
|Declare super exception for method
|Invoke a Method
|It is illegal for a class to declare two methods with the same signature.
|You can return null in a method with an object reference return type.
|With a primitive return type, you can return any value or variable that can be implicitly converted to the declared return type.
|You can return any value or variable that can be explicitly cast to the declared return type.
|You must not return anything from a method with a void return type.