Java-Autoboxing on Methods

Autoboxing on Methods In addition to the simple case of assignments, autoboxing automatically occurs whenever a primitive type must be converted into an object; auto-unboxing takes place whenever an object must be converted into a primitive type. Thus, autoboxing/unboxing might occur when an argument is passed to a method, or when a value is returned by a method. … Read more…

Java-Autoboxing and Unboxing

Autoboxing and Unboxing Autoboxing is the process by which a primitive type is automatically encapsulated(boxed) into its equivalent type wrapper whenever an object of that type is needed. There is no need to explicitly construct an object. Auto-unboxing is the process by which the value of a boxed object is automatically extracted (unboxed) from a … Read more…