FAQ: Learn Java: ArrayLists - Adding an Item

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import java.util.ArrayList;

class ToDos {
  public static void main(String[] args) {
    ArrayList<String> toDoList = new ArrayList<String>();
    String toDo1 = "Water plants";
    // Add more to-dos here:
    String toDo2 = "Clean gutters";
    String toDo3 = "Grocery shopping";
    // Add to-dos to toDoList

my solution for step 3/9… You have to choose/create the “tasks” strings on your own. These two are things I have to do soon, so I chose those for my program.

when we print arrayList why it not printing out the location of its memory like the way it did with Array?