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difference between two string object

mohanasundaram muthukannan
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Hi greetings,



if string literals are identical, the compiler creates one String object for "Hello World" in the literal pool. It is then assigned to both str and str2. how refer str1 and str2 in string object?
what happened in memory ?

Please help me.

Advance Thanks.
Mohana sundaram.M








Darryl Burke
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There is a Beginning Java section for beginners' questions, you know.


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Rob Spoor
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Which is where I will move this thread.


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