1. Final initialization in java can be postponed, how does this prevent against returning null inadvertently? stackoverflow.com
In the "hidden features of java" question, someone mentions that final initialization can be postponed and provides an example:
2. Should I set the initial java String values from null to ""? stackoverflow.com
Often I have a class as such:
This makes the initial values of field1 and field2 equal to null. Would it be ...
3. Set a String to "" or leave it null? stackoverflow.com
I have some String variables which are getting the values from invoking the function
4. How do I initialize an object of a class? stackoverflow.com
My code is something like:
5. Java: how to initialize String? stackoverflow.com
6. When I create a new String in Java, is it initialized with null or with " "? stackoverflow.com
Here's my test code:
The output is blank and a new line is written. Since I'm new to Java, I don't know whether it made a " " ...
7. Java String initialization stackoverflow.com
Which do you prefer and why"
9. What's the difference between non-initialisation and initialising to null? stackoverflow.com
I have this code:
Which results in a compile error:
10. Difference in String initialization in Java stackoverflow.com
Possible Duplicate:Hi Guys, What's the difference between
11. Where is "null" in memory stackoverflow.com
In java, you cannot state an array's size in its declaration
I'm told this is because the JVM does not allocate space in memory until an object is initialized. ...
12. [eckel] on string initialization coderanch.com
Allen, My curiosity with the URL you posted took me to that wonderful discussion on 'String'. I am given to understand that everything in Java is an object. However, the string 'literal' that figures in the discussion has me confused. Is this 'literal' also an object in true sense. Please clarify. thanks, Raj.
13. String Initialization coderanch.com
In my opinion, it is useless to declare a String as String str=""; What you are doing is allocating a useless String object. Strings are immutable objects. So what will happen next is that you will recreate another String while writing str="Toto". The use of "" is however optimized since it belongs to the String pool. If you need to know ...
14. string initialization coderanch.com
I read Kathy Sierra book and couple of other books when i wrote scjp 4 years back. When i look back again those questions to strengthen my knowledge now, many of those concept are again new to me. That time i practiced on notepad with dcommand line execution and ide also. I was wondering how to remember so many concepts all ...
15. String initialization forums.oracle.com
16. Re: Null Pointer error, is there anything wrong with my class initialization? forums.oracle.com
My idea was to create an object TicketList in the main that is supposed to be able to hold N tickets. The main should add individual tickets to the TicketList object. I dont think there is a problem with my algo. Am I missing something? How can it get the Ticket array in class TicketList initialized?
17. initialization of a stringbuffer forums.oracle.com
Look at the docs for StringBuffer. Is there a constructor that takes a character and a repetition count? If so, there's your answer. If not, you'll have to look at what constructors are available and see if one of them takes an object that in turn has a constructor that takes a character and a count, and so on until you ...
18. String Initialization Problem forums.oracle.com