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Help on Object Reference Casting & conversion

 
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Hi
Pls can any one tell me where can i find good questions on Object ref casting & conversion. i want to try out various examples before the exam. Or can anyone tell me a site which gives good explanation on it.
I also want help on garbage Collection. i commit mistakes with questions which ask , when a particuliar object is available for garbage collection.Pls help me get the right info
Thanking You
Dipali Desai
 
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Hi Dipali,
Check this link for good notes on Garbage collection http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/ALT/RefObj/index.html
 
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Hi Dipali,
I have some notes on Casting posted here http://webhome.idirect.com/~jgriscti/oper/cast.html and some on Garbage Collection posted here http://webhome.idirect.com/~jgriscti/gc.html
Hope they help.
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