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Hi

Could any one please expalin me the Difference between the instanceof and isinstanceof.


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Ram
 
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Originally posted by Ram Adsumalli:
Could any one please expalin me the Difference between the instanceof and isinstanceof.



The instanceof operator tests whether an object reference or array belongs to a given class.

" isinstanceof" apparently, from my short search, is part of Beans.
[ May 06, 2007: Message edited by: Nicholas Jordan ]
 
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