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    Smile Object Creation and Object Instantiation!!

    Hi Friends,

    I am new to java. I have one simple question. I would like to know the difference between java object creation and object instantiation?

    Thanks
    BioFly

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    AFAIK they are the same thing.

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    Welcome to DevX

    This is not java specific, but it is my understanding that creating the object is different from instanating the object.

    When you create it, you make it exist....when it becomes instantiated you can actually use it.
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