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Core Java Interview Questions and Answers

Ques 26. How would you make a copy of an entire Java object with its state?

Ans. Have this class implement Cloneable interface and call its method clone().

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Ques 27. How can you minimize the need of garbage collection and make the memory use more effective?
Ans. Use object pooling and weak object references.

Pooling basically means utilizing the resources efficiently, by limiting access of the objects to only the period the client requires it.
Increasing utilization through pooling usually increases system performance.
Object pooling is a way to manage access to a finite set of objects among competing clients. in other words,
object pooling is nothing but sharing of objects between different clients.
Since object pooling allows sharing of objects ,the other clients/processes need to re-instantiate the object(which decreases the load time), instead they can use an existing object. After the usage , the objects are returned to the pool.
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Ques 28. There are two classes: A and B. The class B need to inform a class A when some important event has happened. What Java technique would you use to implement it?
Ans. If these classes are threads I'd consider notify() or notifyAll(). For regular classes you can use the Observer interface.
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Ques 29. Describe what happens when an object is created in Java?
Ans. Several things happen in a particular order to ensure the object is constructed properly:
1. Memory is allocated from heap to hold all instance variables and implementation-specific data of the object and its superclasses. Implementation-specific data includes pointers to class and method data.
2. The instance variables of the objects are initialized to their default values.
3. The constructor for the most derived class is invoked. The first thing a constructor does is call the constructor for its uppercase. This process continues until the constructor for java.lang.Object is called, as java.lang.Object is the base class for all objects in java.
4. Before the body of the constructor is executed, all instance variable initializers and initialization blocks are executed. Then the body of the constructor is executed. Thus, the constructor for the base class completes first and constructor for the most derived class completes last.
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Ques 30. In Java, you can create a String object as below : String str = "abc"; & String str = new String("abc");  Why cant a button object be created as : Button bt = "abc"? Why is it compulsory to create a button object as: Button bt = new Button("abc"); Why this is not compulsory in String's case?
Ans. Button bt1= "abc"; It is because "abc" is a literal string (something slightly different than a String object, by-the-way) and bt1 is a Button object. That simple. The only object in Java that can be assigned a literal String is java.lang.String. Important to not that you are NOT calling a java.lang.String constuctor when you type String s = "abc";
For example String x = "abc"; String y = "abc"; refer to the same object. While String x1 = new String("abc");
String x2 = new String("abc"); refer to two different objects.
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