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Arrays are meant to be objects in java, and in OOP object derives its behaviour and state from its corresponding class. So what is the corresponding class of an array? for example when i write,
int[] arr=new int[5];
arr is a reference variable pointing to an actual array object. So what is the class of this array arr?
 
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Arpa Mukherjee wrote:Arrays are meant to be objects in java . . .

An array is an object, and that(←) Java® Language Specification link should answer your questions.
 
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