Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Difference between x.equal(y) and x==y

The equal and == operator are used to compersion check and both are returning the Boolean value(true or false)

For value type both of them are working same.
e.g.
 int a= 10;
int b= 10;
if(a==b) // true;
if(a.equal(b)) // true


But for reference type both of them are behaving different.

e.g
StringBuilder sb1 = new StringBuilder(“Value”);
StringBuilder sb2 = new StringBuilder(“Value”);
If(sb1 == sb2) // false
If(sb1.equal(sb2)) // true


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