String equals(Object anObject) method in Java

The boolean equals(Object anObject) method in Java compares this string to the specified object.


Let us see the syntax,


Let us see the parameters,

  • anObject – object to compare this String against.


The following is an example of boolean equals(Object anObject),


The following is the output,

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