Yes, it is possible:

public class Foo {
    private int x;

    public Foo() {

    public Foo(int x) {
        this.x = x;

To chain to a particular superclass constructor instead of one in the same class, use super instead of this. Note that you can only chain to one constructor , and it has to be the first statement in your constructor body.

See also this related question, which is about C# but where the same principles apply.