.contentEquals()

Returns true if the sequence of characters in the string is equal to the content of the specified string. If not, returns false.

Syntax

string.contentEquals(CharSequence characters)
  • characters (required): A character value specifies the sequence of characters to be searched for.

Example 1

Call the .contentEquals() method on the word string with the arguments "water" and "watermelon":

class isContentEqual {
public static void main(String[] args) {
String word = "watermelon";
System.out.println(word.contentEquals("water"));
System.out.println(word.contentEquals("watermelon"));
// Output: false
// Output: true
}
}

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