How is == operator different for objects and primitive types ?
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 Q1. How is == operator different for objects and primitive types ? Core Java2016-09-02 08:14:44

Ans. For objects or references, == operator check if the reference on left and right points to the same object.

For primitive types or variables, == operator check if the variable on left and right holds the same value.

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