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Array Instanceof operator

Sami Devine
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This example is from SCJP6, Kathy Sierra





I understand that both Foo[] and Foo[1] are instances of Object. What is the difference between Foo[] and Foo[1].


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Ernest Friedman-Hill
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"Foo[]" is meant to suggest an array of Foo objects. Foo[1] is meant to suggest a single element of that array -- i.e., a Foo object.


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Sami Devine
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Thank you very much
 
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