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My doubt is why the 2nd line in the output is not as expected. Why the 2nd line in the output is not 1 2 3 4 5?

As per my knowledge new int[]{} boxed to new Integer[]{} and get assigned to Object[]
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Boxing only applies to an actual int.

An int[] is not boxed to an Integer[].

An int[] is an Object so you are seeing the output of it's toString() method.
 
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