Byte equals() method in Java with examples
The equals() method of Byte class is a built in method in Java which is used to compare the equality given Object with the instance of Byte invoking the equals() method.
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Parameters: It takes an Object type object a as input which is to be compared with the instance of the Byte object calling the equals method.
Return Value: It return an boolean value. It returns true if the value of ‘a’ is equal to the value of ByteObject.
Below is the implementation of equals() method in Java:
Does 20 equals 20 : true
Does 2 equals 20 : false