Why is null == null returns true ?
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 Q1. Why is null == null returns true ?Core Java
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Ans. Any reference in java that doesn't point to any object , gets assigned null i.e is a reference to null. Two object references in java are treated equal if they point to the same memory. That's Why null == null results true.

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