Java Guava | Floats.hashCode() method with Examples
Floats.hashCode() is a method of Floats Class in Guava Library which is used to return a hash code for a float value. The hashCode is an unique integer value that is calculated by the compiler for an object. It remain the same if the object value does not changes.
public static int hashCode(float value)
Parameter: This method takes a mandatory parameter value which is a float value for which the hashCode is to be found.
Return Value: This method returns an integer value which is the hash code for the specified value.
Below programs illustrate the use of the above method:
Example 1 :
HashCode value of 10.12f: 1092742021
Example 2 :
HashCode value of 20.24f: 1101130629
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