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Boxing (computer science)

In computer science, boxing is a way to wrap objects with primitive types[?] over object types[?] so that those can be used like objects.

Examples are Integer class for integer type in Java. Some languages require programmers to do boxing manually, while some support autoboxing/unboxing.

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