The first "true" stems from the fact that f1 and f3 point to the same object (FizzSwitch returns the reference to f1, which then gets assigned to f3). Since "==" compares object references, they are equal. And since they point to the same object, naturally their "x" field is the same.
Originally posted by vijay shanker: the out put is
why is this output ?
What output would you have expected?
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