StringCharacterIterator equals() method in Java with Examples
The equals() method of java.text.StringCharacterIterator class in Java is used to check for equality of this StringCharacterIterator with the specified StringCharacterIterator. This method takes a StringCharacterIterator instance and compares it with this StringCharacterIterator and returns a boolean value representing the same.
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public boolean equals(Object obj)
Parameter: This method accepts a parameter obj which is the StringCharacterIterator to be checked for equality with this StringCharacterIterator.
Return Value: This method returns an boolean which tells if this StringCharacterIterator is equal to the specified Object.
Exception: This method do not throw any Exception.
StringCharacterIterator 1: java.text.StringCharacterIterator@bd43b778 StringCharacterIterator 2: java.text.StringCharacterIterator@ac5740a8 StringCharacterIterator 3: java.text.StringCharacterIterator@bd43b778 Comparing DFS 1 and DFS 2: false Comparing DFS 2 and DFS 3: false Comparing DFS 1 and DFS 3: true