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Chapter 4

Chapter 4

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Department
Information Technology Management
Course Code
ITM 200
Professor
Vikraman Baskaran

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Chapter 4
Boolean
The value for Boolean are either true or false
Primitive data type
Examples: boolean x = false; boolean yes = true;
String
String message= Hello
oVariable name: message, of type: String, which holds, Hello
Strings are unchangeable
oWhich is known as interned
ex. String s = Java;
String s = HTML;
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Examples
The above diagram has three String variables, which are s1, s2, s3. The difference is that
s2, has new string, which means that it is going to make a new String object and stores
Welcome to Java in it.
Therefore when u are comparing of s1 == s2, it is false
s1 == s3, it is true
String Comparisons
Equals () method
String s1 = new String("Welcome”);
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Chapter 4 Boolean The value for Boolean are either true or false Primitive data type Examples: boolean x = false; boolean yes = true; String String message= Hello o Variable name: message, of type: String, which holds, Hello Strings are unchangeable o Which is known as interned ex. String s = Java; String s = HTML; www.notesolution.com
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