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|Ans. x==y means that both references have same type and are pointing to same memory location and hence would always mean that they have same value. |
x.equals(y) is not required in this case.
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|Difference between == and .equals() ?|
|What is the difference between = and == in Java ?|
|How is == operator different for objects and primitive types ?|
| What will be the output of following code|
Integer x = 1;
Integer y = 2;
System.out.println(x == y);
What if you change 1 to "1" and Integer to String?