Immutable class is the one whose state cannot be changed after it is created. The best example for this is String,Integer class in Java, once instantiated the value never be changed.
Immutable class has lots of advantages such as they can be used for the caching purposes as you don’t need to worry about the value changes. Immutable class is thread-safe and hence you don’t need to worry about synchronization issues and can be easily used in the multi-threaded environment. [Read more…]