Does the order of operands in a boolean matter?

Does the order of operands in a Boolean affect the order of evaluation? As an example can I rely on String s = ...; if (s != null && s.length() > 10) ... I seem to remember that the Java language does not define order of evaluation and that a null value of `s` could cause a NPE. Is this still true (a) in principle and (b) in practice with the common Java implementations? UPDATE: I couldn't find the exact duplicate. It's interesting to see the differences of opinions in the answers and get a downvote for it - ah well!

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