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What is the difference between Integer and int in Java? Void and void?

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    @Error i think this clarifies it more to me..
    So this means that int is not an object ... it is just a alocation in memory?

    Another question ... why can't we have e.g. ArrayList <int> instead of ArrayList <Integer>...by that we stop using Integer at all?
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    @Error that's clarifies everything
    Thanks for your help :)
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    Ask these questions on stack overflow Bcause we can help you better dude 😉😉 (you can find all devrant guys there too 😅)
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    @koosha, in SO this question would close in a heartbeat because it's probably been answered the same day SO opened 😜
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    @koosha actually I hate asking in stackOverFlow... but i will give it a try next time ;)
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    @Eariel yes i guess so :)
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    @codeBoy me too. I ask three questions over there which never got asked before and I never got an answer... A lot of ppl over there are quite arrogant too tho.
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    @codeBoy yeah, everyone is so salty in SO
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    @codeBoy pretty much as it says in the picture.
    Also, int is a primitive and Integer is an object :)
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