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My question is on below code.

The linked list object in the below code should print an address or reference, but it is printing an empty list. Why?

 
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LinkedList has overridden the toString() method which usually prints a pseudo address to now print the contents of the list. And seeing as you have no contents at this point you get an empty print.
 
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