Hi, in the following question,b1.equals(b2) is true because, the Boolean class overrides the 'equals' method of Object class. Can anybody tell me what are the other classes which overrides the equals method, and produces such results.(Apart from String and Wrapper classes) Question : What is written to the standard output as the result of executing the following statements? Boolean b1 = new Boolean(true); Boolean b2 = new Boolean(true); Object obj1 = (Object)b1; Object obj2 = (Object)b2; if (obj1 == obj2) if (obj1.equals(obj2)) System.out.println("a"); else System.out.println("b"); else if (obj1.equals(obj2)) System.out.println("c"); else System.out.println("d"); Select the one right answer. a) a b) b c) c d) d
posted 16 years ago
goto (good use ;-) ) the javadoc. See index for equals(. U will whole list.