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i found it in mock test

could someone explain how it works? and why is it so?
 
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??? why is sb1.equals(sb2) false?
 
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Bob Wheeler wrote:



Then, how to check the values between two StringBuffers are equal?
 
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Madhu Desai wrote:

Bob Wheeler wrote:



Then, how to check the values between two StringBuffers are equal?



Use the StringBuffer.toString() method and equals on base on the String class equals-method. This would be my proposal:


StringBuffer is final, so you can't sublclass it and create your own equals method.

cheers
Bob
 
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Bob Wheeler wrote:
StringBuffer is final, so you can't sublclass it and create your own equals method.

cheers
Bob



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