Java Guava | Shorts.contains() method with Examples
Shorts.contains() is a method of Shorts class in Guava library which is used to check if a value target is present as an element anywhere in the array. These both target value and array are taken as parameters to this method. It returns a boolean value stating whether the target value is present or not.
public static boolean contains(short array, short target)
Parameters : This method takes two mandatory parameters:
- array: which is an array of short values in which the target is to be searched. It can be possibly empty as well.
- target: which is the primitive short value that has to be searched in the array.
Return Value: This method returns a boolean value stating whether the target value is present in the array or not. It returns True if the target is present.
Below programs illustrate the use of the above method:
Target is present in the array
Example 2 :
Target is not present in the array