I'm studying on lambda expressions, the book illustrates an example that uses `toString()` method of lambda expressions.
It explains meaning of the output as,
This actually does mean something. Our test class is named BuiltIns ,
and it is in a package that we created named functionalinterface .
Then comes `$$` , which means that the class doesn’t exist in a class
file on the file system. It exists only in memory.
I don't understand the meaning of the last sentences. Could you express it?
When you quote from a book, can you say which book it is. I recognize this sentence as one I wrote so added it for you.
As far as the text, when you create a class, you type out a .java file and compile it to a .class file. Both are actual files that exist somewhere on your filesystem. The $$ shows it is different. There is no .java class on the filesystem. Instead Java creates the class for us. That way you don't have to type out a class and can just supply the lambda expression.