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equals( ) method from String class

 
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Hi everybody,
I want to know whether the following method
boolean equals (Object obj)
throws the ClassCastException if the argument object is not of class String or does the language itself converts non-string object into its string representation internally?
Thanks in advance for your inputs.
Mrudul
 
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String.equals(Object) returns false if Objects is not a String
 
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