hi there, i hope that u ppl r fine,so here i m with a question regarding string,given below: String st1="Hello world"; String st2=st1; String st3=new string ("Hello world"); my question is that i created a string named st n assigned it to st1.here st1 is created in pool st2 is assigned the same value as st1 has.so st1 is referenced to st2.st3 is not created in pool. Q.1 why st3 is not created in the pool(what r the reasons) Q.2 where st3 is created (bec all String literals r saved in the pool side). i hope that u ppl will respond me asap. take care with regards kumar abhay
Kumar, s3 is not created/stored in the pool because you are actually newing up an object. i.e You are actually creating an object by using the "new" keyword, so you are actually calling a constructor. Objects created in this way are stored in an area of memory refered to as the "Heap"
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Hi Kumar, The pool is created by the compiler. At compile time all string literals are placed into a "pool". This can be done by the compiler because strings are immutable. That means that once a string is created it can never be changed. When you use the new operator you are requesting a new object be created and not just point to an existing one. The compiler can't just ignore the new operator because you have specified the same string to the constructor. Regards, Manfred.
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