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class test1
{
static public void main(String args[])
{
String sb1 = new String("Amit");
String sb2= new String("Amit");
String ss1 = "Amit";
System.out.println(sb1==sb2);//false,
System.out.println(sb1.equals(sb2));//true
System.out.println(sb1.equals(ss1));//true
}
}

class test1
{
static public void main(String args[])
{
StringBuffer sb1 = new StringBuffer("Amit");
StringBuffer sb2= new StringBuffer("Amit");
String ss1 = "Amit";
System.out.println(sb1==sb2);//false
System.out.println(sb1.equals(sb2));//false
System.out.println(sb1.equals(ss1));//false
}
}
Is the output as expected in case of string buffer??

please explain..i am

thanks
 
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If you check the API, you'll see that StringBuffer does not override the equals method, so it invokes the method as defined in Object (which is basically ==).
 
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