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Oct 01, 2004 08:41:00
Long l=new Long("127");
When ever toString() method is called on a object a new
object is created or i m missing some thing.
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Joined: Aug 25, 2004
Oct 01, 2004 09:01:00
u r right !
l.toString()==l.toString() creates two new strings where in case the == returns false.
Joined: Aug 03, 2002
Oct 01, 2004 09:04:00
If == returns false when comparing two objects then they are different objects. So the answer is yes; Long.toString() returns a new unique String instance each time its called.
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