aswin penugonda

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Can any one explain me why there is ambiguity in m1 method call
class Main
{
public static void main (String[] args)
{
System.out.println(args);
}
}

Output:
java.lang.String@1a46e30

Here I am not passing any command line arguments while running this class.But an object is being created why?

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Can anyone please tell the objectives of brain bench certification for java 6.are there any other means to get free certification(not scjp) with industry recognized standards.
Can anyone please tell the objectives of brain bench certification for java 6.are there any other means to get free certification with industry recognized standards.
Thanks for answering. This is the exact info i needed.
can any one explain me how an object will be inserted into a HashMap. If the hash codes are same for two objects then those two objects will be inserted in the same bucket. here is my dought. is the equals() called only when objects are stored in the same buckets or every time an object is inserted into the HashMap.
I think you have understood how you got until 5 in output.6 is in output because find() method returns true for zero or more occurrences of a digit. and at last of the input find() considers zero length match and true is returned by the find() and start() blindly returns 6 even though there are no those many character in input. i hope you will understand from this explanation.
compile your two java files using these commands.
javac -d . parent.java
javac -d . child.java
and run from out side of the package directory using
java cert.child
can any one help how to create memory maps for objects created during runtime for answering questions on G.C.