Java String contentEquals() Method
Java String contentEquals()
contentEquals() method compares the String with the String Buffer and returns a boolean value.
In the following example, we will compare the string with the String Buffer.
|str2||Required||Specifies the StringBuffer or the sequence of characters to be searched for.|
|true||If the sequence of characters exist.|
|false||If the sequence of characters do no exist.|
In the following example, we will compare the string with the sequence of characters.
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