Java allows a trailing comma when enumerating arrays and enum values?

public class Peshev {
    public static void main(String... args) {
        String[] fff = new String[]{"a", "b",};
        System.out.println(fff[0]+fff[1]);
    } 
}

Do you see the trailing comma after "b"? That's allowed. Unexpected from a strongly-typed lang as Java.

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