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The basic difference between stack and heap is the life cycle of the values. Stack values only exist within the scope of the function they are created in. Once it returns, they are discarded. Heap … values however exist on the heap. They are created at some point in time, and destructed at another (either by GC or manually, depending on the language/runtime). Now Java only stores primitives on …
answered Apr 5 '11 by back2dos