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Java Class Q&A » object reference » pointer 

1. Pointers, links, object and reference count    stackoverflow.com

String a = "a"; // allocate memory and write address of a memory block to a variable
String b = "b";

// a and b hold addresses

b = a; // copy a address ...

2. Is it bad practice to have a class that holds pointers to most of the objects, and reference object through it?    stackoverflow.com

I'm on my first bigger project, with quite a lot of component. And when I ran into the need to communicate between multiple objects of different classes, I decided to create ...

3. Strange pointer issue when trying to strongly connect objects    stackoverflow.com

In my program I have two classes, one called GlassPiece, and one called TrackerChip. These two objects are always "strongly connected", that is, no two GlassPieces can share a TrackerChip, and no ...

4. JNA: how to represent a reference to a Java object as a native pointer?    stackoverflow.com

I'd like to represent a reference to a Java object as a native pointer (com.sun.jna.Pointer or something that can be converted to it). Is it possible to do and how? The reason ...

5. Passing and Editing Primitive Objects in Java    stackoverflow.com

I have a interesting problem in Java, its a little wordy though so bear with me. I decided to make a customizable Jpanel to act as a properties window, So instead manually ...

6. java object references v/s c++ pointers    forums.oracle.com

It is a very informal discussion! Just to satisfy my curiosity. I don't know c++ very much, just I am introduced to it. * in java we say there is no pass by reference. * even objects are passed by value. for example if we say: a function call. func(obj); //actual parameter. and function defination void function(Object obj) { ... } ...

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