1. The == operator can be used to check if two object references __________________.
2. The implementor decides which values must be equal to consider two objects to be equal. For example in the below class, the name and the address must be equal but not the __________.
3. After the equals() method is overriden, two objects from the same class can be compared like this:
4. The above println statement (the entire line) is equivalent to what?
5. What is written to the monitor by the following section of code:
6. How many objects have been created? After the last statement has executed, how many objects are now accessible (don't count garbage)?
7. How many objects (total) are created? After the last statement has executed, how many objects are now accessible (don't count garbage)?
8. When comparing strings with one another, use the equals method ? not the double equal sign.
9. Object value equality: when two object references point to the same object.
10. Object reference equality: when two separate objects happen to have the same values/state.