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Boxing confuses

Senthil Kumaran
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hi, somebody explain me this program, especially line 9, this question from Inquisition scjp6 trail set mock exam,




the answer is {aaa=2,bbb=1,ccc=1}

is that question mark in line 9 is printing mistake, if it is, i cant understand that boxing & unboxing clearly,

(Jesper Young: Corrected code tags)
Paul Stat
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I suggest you look up the "ternary" operator again
marc weber
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Please do not cross post.


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Jesper de Jong
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Locked the topic in the Beginner forum, since this is a question that's relevant to SCJP.


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Stephen Davies
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I think within your ternary statement you need to put ... ...otherwise it won't compile.


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Byju Joy
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M in TreeMap and S in System gotta be in CAPS.

 
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