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what is the use java "out" object
 
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You would have to provide more context - like what 'out' object you are talking about.

However, in general, I would assume any 'out' object would be used to write 'output' to. What output and where it goes depends on context.
 
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- If you are talking about System.out then "out" is

static object of PrintStream class << Has a relationship with System class>> which is being used to write output on console.

- If "out" is JSP implicit object then its JspWriter object which has been provided by JSP container automatically and being used to write output on web-browser.

 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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