I have two strings,
String one = new String("word");
String two = new String("word");
Return true given that one and two are two different
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mind that the == comparison in this specific case can't be relied upon to return false.
The runtime (and even the compiler in this simplified scenario) might determine to optimise things in such a way that both point to the same String as stored on the String constant pool in …
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