s4 and s7 are equal but it is showing false...why...
one of my friend told s7 stores in heap.....
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Ramakrishna wrote:What does the == operator do?
== operator compares two references of a string.
What is a String? Where in memory does it live?
String is a set/combinations of characters.
String s; s="ab"; //this will store in stack
String s= new String("ab"); //this will store in heap
this is my expectation
What do you want to do with the two Strings?
just i want to compare two strings.
my doubt is
String s6 = "change ";
String s7 = s6+"me";
should be true....
but it is getting false....what would be the reason.......
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