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valueOf() method

 
Mohit Agarwal
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The code snippet :

System.out.println(String.valueOf(1)+String.valueOf(2));
give ans 12.

But valueOf method takes a String as an argument .
How this happens?


Mohit Agarwal
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Barry Gaunt
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I suggest that you take another, closer loook at the String API.
 
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