String Declaration in Java


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Which of the following correctly declares a new String object called hello?

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1. What type of string is 'Welcome!' in the code below?

2. Examine the following code. What will the result of be?

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About This Quiz and Worksheet

Declaring strings in Java is the subject of this combination of a quiz and worksheet. Questions focus on the correct declaration of a given object, and what would happen if a certain type of string exists in a string constant pool.

Quiz and Worksheet Goals

To understand how well you know the concept, review with questions that include these topics:

  • A type of string in a given code segment
  • The result of a given code
  • Declaring a string with an example value
  • What happens if a type of string exists in the string constant pool

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about the result of existing code
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you know the name of a specific type of string when it appears in a piece of code
  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about declaring a new string object

Additional Learning

To discover more, head over to the lesson titled String Declaration in Java. With this lesson, you can explore the additional material listed here:

  • Creating instances of a string class
  • Using code to determine equality
  • Examples of code output