Java has the worst syntax for declaring a constant that I’ve ever seen. Here it is so I can remember it. At least in the Java programming culture we have the sense to declare the names in ALL_CAPS.
This is a good example of high ceremony for a programming language. Just look at all those modifiers. Maybe Java 9 or later can fix this.
Here is a constant declaration in Apple’s Swift. Lack of ALL_CAPS style can be concerning but I suspect that mutability is second class.
Here is the same in Ruby: