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Check yourself , do not use JVM!!!

*List<Integer> v = new ArrayList();
*List<String> v1 = new ArrayList();
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*out.print(v == v1); //line 3
*out.println(v.equals(v1));

a) prints falsefalse
b) compile time error
c) prints truetrue
d) if 'line 3' will be removed prints true
e) prints falsetrue
f) if 'line 3' will be removed prints false
 
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b and d
Explanations : Line 3 will results in a compilation error because it is comparing collection of two different types.
equals() in the ArrayList(implemented in AbstractList) compares all the collection objects one by one and if all matches it returns true else false.In this case there is no objects at all to compare with hence will return true.
 
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