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1. auto boxing and boxing of wrapper classes    stackoverflow.com

in wrapper classes we have two types of methods parseXxx() and valueOf() in every wrapper class for interconversion between primitive and wrapper objects.recently java 1.5 introduced auto boxing and boxing.so why ...

2. Which method on the wrapper class is getting called when boxing a primitive in Java    stackoverflow.com

Which method in the Integer class will be used when you do Integer i = 1; I'm pretty sure that it's not the constructor, it might be the valueOf() method.

3. Is any difference in Integer Wrapper class and String class using boxing    coderanch.com

Hi Gugy, I didn't understand the Autoboxing feauture of this below code Integer i = new Integer(1000); int j= 1000; if (i==j) { System.out.println("both are equal for Integer"); } String s = new String("rsr"); String s1="rsr"; if(s==s1) { System.out.println("both are equal FOR String"); } when im trying to run ths code it prints both are equal for Integer and below is ...

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