Active method of comparing strings in case-insensitive using Java's equalsIgnoreCase method
A TechAcademy mentor (active engineer) will explain for beginners how to use Java's equalsIgnoreCase method to compare strings in a case-insensitive manner using real code.
If you're not familiar with Java in the first place, read the article that explains what Java is for a better understanding.
This article was created based on the contents of the Java class, online boot camp of TechAcademy.
table of contents
- What is the equalsIgnoreCase method?
- How to use the equalsIgnoreCase method
- How to compare strings in a case-insensitive manner
- Notes on the equalsIgnoreCase method
- Let's actually write
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