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whats the different between
String s = "abc";
and
String s = new String("abc");
 
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Originally posted by manishkumarlal cs:
whats the different between
String s = "abc";
and
String s = new String("abc");



String is a very special class in JAVA.
String s=new String("abc"): jvm create a String Object contained "abc" then return a refrence pointed to s. SO s a refrence not a real object.
String s = "abc": jvm first use String.equals to find whether there is a same object in "string pool". if it get it, it will return this refrence pointed to s.if not, it will create a object in "string pool" and return the refrence. so you can try a experiment like this;
String s1 = new String("abc");
String s2 = new String("abc");
use "==" to see whether they are equal. and use "String.equal()" to see whether they are equal.
hope it will help you!
 
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[ August 30, 2007: Message edited by: Fred Rosenberger ]
 
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Sorry, has not translated a moment ago
 
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Just a reminder - this is an english language only site. I removed the text in the earlier post that was not english.

at the VERY least, if you post non-English, you must provide a translation. Even then, the non-English portion may still get deleted, as we cannot verify the translation.
 
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