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How many ways can we create an object
Joined: Dec 08, 2006
Dec 27, 2006 05:27:00
How many ways can we create an object. To my knowledge
1) using new operator
2) using Class.forName(ClassName);
3) using clone method
are these correct, any one I missedout ?
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Joined: Feb 24, 2006
Dec 27, 2006 05:58:00
That just loads the class dont it ? You never get a reference to a usable object in the heap. That is... you get a class descriptor that just gives you info about this class.
x = "hello"; ? Objects are created in the pool.
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Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Joined: Aug 26, 2006
Dec 27, 2006 06:40:00
Could you say, let the JVM create one for you? Isn't that what happens with
Vector v = new Vector(); int i =10; /*primitive type*/ v.add(i); /*autoboxing creates a new, big I, Integer*/
Similary, the new keyword doesn't need to be used with String objects, or when creating arrays. Does that count?
Isn't 'using a clone method' the same as say, using a 'factory' method? After all, isn't the JVM just using the new keyword behind the scenes? Philisophical argument I guess.
This is stated purely out of ignorance of the API, but can you do something funky with reflection as well? Just a thought.
Joined: Jan 29, 2003
Dec 27, 2006 08:42:00
Reading from an object stream might count as another way.
Yes, reflection is another option. class.forName().newInstance() only invokes no-args constructors. For other constructors you have to dig deeper into reflection.
Did we just do some homework?
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