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Given:

Integer i = new Integer (42);
Long 1 = new Long (42);
Double d = new Double (42.0);

Which two expressions evaluate to True? (Choose Two)
A. (i ==1)
B. (i == d)
C. (d == 1)
D. (i.equals (d))
E. (d.equals (i))
F. (i.equals (42))
Ans: D,E

Doubt:How D, because two different classes?


Please help,
Regards,
Gitesh
 
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Hi ,
(i.equals (42)) is true
reason :
42 can be boxed to Integer and then the equals method will compare the value both the Integer objects are holding .


D) cannot be correct . equals method in the Integer class checks the instance's type using instanceof operator .
 
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Hi Gitesh

I agree with Alok i tried the above
given program,i am getting only
one condition to be true

ie i.equals(42)
Hence the answer is F


The above given answer D and E are wrong!!!
i think you must check it by a small
program!!!

I hope this helps!!

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thanks
 
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class tt {
public static void main(String args[]) {
Integer i = new Integer (42);
Long l = new Long (42);
Double d = new Double (42.0);

System.out.println( "(i ==l) ---> " + ((d ==1)));
System.out.println( "(i.equals (d)) ---> " + ( (i.equals (d))));
System.out.println( "(d.equals (i))" + ((d.equals (i))));
System.out.println( "(i.equals (42)) ---> " + ( (i.equals (42))));
}
}


C:\Documents and Settings\138408\Desktop>java tt
(i ==l) ---> false
(i.equals (d)) ---> false
(d.equals (i))false
(i.equals (42)) ---> true



Apart from the above conditions everything else results in an error of some sort
 
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