Hi, For this you will need to understand that String is immutable. It maintains a pool of literal strings and simply refers to that. When someone changes the string value, it will abandon that literal, create a new literal and will start referncing it. When u simply say x="Mother" it just references any "Mother" in the pool, if not it will create a new "Mother" and refer it. But when you say "new", you are effectively forcing the JVM to refer to a new literal whether an equivalent literal exists in the pool or not (which actually is a waste of memory) Regards, Sanju
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