Equals(Object) method in ArrayList

In this article I will discuss the Equals(Object) method of ArrayList.
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Introduction

Equals(Object) method of ArrayList determines whether the specifiedObject is equal to the current Object or not if yes then it gives the result as true otherwise it gives false.

Example

namespace ConsoleApplication3

{

    class Program

    {

        static void Main(string[] args)

        {

            //create the first arraylist

            ArrayList arr = new ArrayList();

            arr.Add("Red");

            arr.Add("Yellow");

            arr.Add("Green");

            arr.Add("Brown");

            arr.Add("Pink");

            //create the second arraylist

            ArrayList arr1 = new ArrayList();

            arr1.Add("sunday");

            arr1.Add("monday");

            arr1.Add("tuesday");

            //apply the Equals method

            Console.WriteLine(arr.Equals(arr1));

            arr = arr1;

            Console.WriteLine(arr.Equals(arr1));

        }

    }

}


Output

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