Unlike normal C/C++ arrays, we don’t need to do element by element comparison to find if two given vectors contain same elements or not.
In case of vectors, the operator “==” is overloaded to find the result quickly. Below is an example to demonstrate same.
Equal Not Equal Not Equal Equal
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