Re: Unable to Overload toString for Object

Ojesh Dugar <>
Tue, 11 Feb 2014 01:06:49 -0800 (PST)
On Tuesday, February 11, 2014 2:28:22 PM UTC+5:30, Stefan Ram wrote:

Ojesh Dugar <> writes:

public class Search {


public String toString() {


Object createResult = rpcClient.execute("", new Object[]{bug=



System.err.println("createResult =" + createResult.toString());


Its not returnig OJEABX as expected. Instead bugs=[Ljava.lang.Object;@=

2ee5e48a being diplayed.


Where am i going wrong.??

  You attempt to tackle a programming task without having
  learned the language fundamentals first. Otherwise, the
  error would be obvious to you.
  You are overwriting the toString() method for objects
  of the class =BBSearch=AB, but the object referred to by
  =BBcreateResult=AB is not an instance of the class =BBSearch=AB.
  In Java, one cannot modify the toString() method for
  the standard class =BBjava.lang.Object=AB as in JavaScript:
Object . prototype . toString = function(){ return "b" }
var test = new Object();

return String.format("oje"+"abx");

  You cannot expect =BBOJEABX=AB when you return =BBojeabx=AB.

Yes now i see the problem. Thanks a lot.
But my problem still remains how do i ACCESS the content of =BBcreateResult=
=AB which is not instance of my class??

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