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You have 2 objects on the heap (i am not too sure about the string pool ..so there might be only 1 object in heap)
The objects are eligible to remove from the memory when they are no longer referenced. Eg. if i say s = null, then there will be no way to get "Hello" object on the heap (assuming there are 2 objects on the heap)
Could please someone clarify how many objects would be in the heap? Thanks