Does Declaring an object "final" makes it immutable ?
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 Q1. Does Declaring an object "final" makes it immutable ?Core Java
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Ans. Only declaring variables as final makes them immutable. Making objects final means that the object handler cannot be used to target some other object but the object is still mutable.

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