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Selenium Interview Question 52 – What is the difference between equals and == operator in Java?

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What is the difference between equals and == operator in Java?

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The following are the differences between equals() and == operator in Java:

  • > equals() is a method and == is an operator
  • > In the case of comparing objects, equals() method is used for content comparison whereas == is used for object reference comparison (Object address comparison)
  • > On the other hand, == is basically used to compare the values and not to compare the strings
  • > We have to use equals() methods while comparing the Strings

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