Mutable and Immutable objects

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Mutable and Immutable objects

Post by swathi » Thu Dec 06, 2018 5:39 am

What do you mean by mutable and immutable objects?

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Re: Mutable and Immutable objects

Post by manoj » Thu Dec 06, 2018 5:40 am

Immutable objects are like constants. You can’t modify them once they are created. They are final in nature. Where as mutable objects are concerned, you can perform modifications to them.

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Re: Mutable and Immutable objects

Post by satyanarayanareddy » Mon Jan 07, 2019 10:09 am

Mutable: an object is mutable when you can change its value and it actually creates a new reference in memory of this object.

Immutable: an object is immutable when you can not change its value once it's referenced because it only creates one reference in memory the only thing you could do is redeclaring the object that will turn in losing all the values it had. Some of the classes that are immutable in java are the Wrapper classes just like Integer,Float,Double,Character,Byte

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