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Thread: What are wrapper classes in Java?

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    Red face What are wrapper classes in Java?

    I learned Java online from there i come to know the answer of this question which is - Wrapper classes are used to convert any data type into an object. The primitive data types are not objects; they do not belong to any class; they are defined in the language itself. Sometimes, it is required to convert data types into objects in Java language. For example, upto JDK1.

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    Last edited by Shruvi; April 19th, 2020 at 06:01 AM.

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