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ankur prabhu

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Hi ranchers,

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Chetan Parekh
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System.out.println((x ==x));

In which condition above statement will return false?

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Srinivasa Raghavan
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Is that possible ?
I tried with null & NAN but returns true ?

Thanks & regards, Srini
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Chetan Parekh
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Yeah, It is possible!!
Rick Portugal
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I'm not sure how this riddle relates to the original message, but since you posted it, don't you think you should provide the answer?

How can System.out.println((x ==x)) return false?

My guess is that if you aren't able to print it could return false. For example if you were redirecting the output but you did not have the needed authority it might return false. I see no way that x==x itself could return false.

So what is the answer?

Chetan Parekh
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I agree. Here's the link:
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