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Silviu Burcea wrote:And the last one: we cannot prevent every single attack on Earth ... how much security effort means secure enough?
Burk Hufnagel wrote:I did run out of space once, but it was on a personal board I'd made for use in a notebook, so it wasn't very big to begin with, and the post-its were a bit larger than necessary.
milan chovatia wrote:Integer i3=10;
if(i3 == i4)
System.out.println("they are same);
output: they are same
this is code part from book scjp6 by k&b and in that it says "in order to save memory instances of wrapper objects are always == when their primitive values are same."
but when i am running code i am getting output "not same".....
please someone can explain it....
"in order to save memory instances of wrapper objects are always == when their primitive values are same."