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why is the problem with this logic ?

naved momin
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why this code is not working
  • 1 retreiving all the elements from the arraylist
  • 2 i am spliting the string with white spaces and storing it in a array of string
  • 3 and rest you can figure it out ...but what i m excepting is "yes" but i m getting "no"




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    I'm pretty sure the answer would be obvious if you printed out "str" and "s" just before your If statement.

    It's a pretty standard debugging technique: When your if statement isn't giving you what you expect, check to make sure you are REALLY comparing what you think you are.

    In this case, you are not.


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