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if(" String ".trim() == "String".trim())
System.out.println("Equal");
else
System.out.println("Not Equal");
output is Not Equal.
 
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"String".trim() will return the string literal itself, since there's nothing to trim.
" String ".trim() will create a new String. So the two results are different String objects and therefore not ==.
 
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I changed the "==" operator to equals() method,the output is "equal".so ," String ".trim() create a new String object.
 
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