The new operator is used to create objects, that is, instances of classes and arrays. It is used with a constructor call to instantiate classes (see Section 4.4, p. 117), and with the  notation to create arrays (see Section 4.1, p. 100). It is also used to instantiate anonymous arrays (see Section 4.1, p. 104), and anonymous classes (see Section 7.5, p. 308).
Pizza onePizza = new Pizza(); // Create an instance of Pizza class.
The  notation is used to declare and construct arrays and also to access array elements (see Section 4.1, p. 100).
int anArray = new int;// Declare and construct an int array of 5 elements. anArray = anArray; // Element at index 4 gets value of element at index 3.
The boolean, binary, and infix operator instanceof is used to test an object's type (see Section 6.6, p. 264).
Pizza myPizza = new Pizza(); boolean test1 = myPizza instanceof Pizza; // True. boolean test2 = "Pizza" instanceof Pizza; // Compile error. String is not Pizza. boolean test3 = null instanceof Pizza; // Always false. null not an instance.