Understandng Objects.deepEquals

Understandng Objects.deepEquals

We understand how equals() method works. There is a more elaborate method deepEquals() which compares in depth details during comparison.
Basic usage is described below. Let us explore more using these as examples.

import java.util.Objects;

public class DeepEquals
   public static void main(String args[])
      DeepEquals deepEquals = new DeepEquals();
   private void proceed()
      System.out.println(“Objects.deepEquals(1,1): ” + Objects.deepEquals(1,1));
      System.out.println(“Objects.deepEquals(1,2): ” + Objects.deepEquals(1,2));
      System.out.println(“Objects.deepEquals(“abc”,”abc”): ” + Objects.deepEquals(“abc”,”abc”));
      System.out.println(“Objects.deepEquals(“aa”,”ab”): ” + Objects.deepEquals(“aa”,”ab”));


Expected output:

[[email protected]]# java DeepEquals
Getting handle of runtime Console
Got handle of runtime Console
You can now use runtimeConsole object to perform actions of your choice on java.io.Console


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