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Which of the following statement is not true ?Core Java
x==y means they are pointing to the same object
x==y means that they hold same information
x.equals(y) means they are pointing to the same object
x.equals(y) means that they hold same information

  

When String literals are compared using ==, they always returns true if the string values are same because .. Core Java
of overridden compareTo method
of overridden compare method
of String Pool
== means that the object contents are equal

  

What will be the output of following ?

String str1 = new String("String1");
String str2 = new String("String1");
System.out.print(str1 == str2);
System.out.print(str1.equals(str2));
str1 = str2;
System.out.print(str1 == str2);
Core Java
falsetruetrue
truetruetrue
truetruefalse
falsetruefalse

  equals  object equality

What will be the output of following code ?

String str1 = "String1";
String str2 = "String1";
System.out.print(str1 == str2);
System.out.print(str1.equals(str2));
str1 = str2;
System.out.print(str1 == str2);
Core Java
falsetruetrue
falsefalsetrue
truetruetrue
falsefalsefalse

  equals  object equality  string pool

What will be the output of following code ?

String str1 = "String1";
String str2 = "String2";
str1.concat("String3");
System.out.print(str1);
System.out.print(str2);
Core Java
String1String2
String1String3String3
String1String3String1String3
String1String1

  

What will be the output of following code ?

String str1 = "String1";
String str2 = "String2";
str1=str1.concat("String3");
System.out.print(str1);
System.out.print(str2);
Core Java
String1String2
String1String3String2
String1String2String3
String1Stringg3String1

  







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