Overriding the == operator, like in Java/Lua/Python/whatever.
michalwadas at gmail.com
Sat Jan 3 18:16:16 PST 2015
It won't help because objects are ALWAYS compared by their identity. valeOf
or toString will be used only in case of comparing object with primitive.
4 sty 2015 03:10 "Salvador de la Puente González" <salva at unoyunodiez.com>
> Reimplement Object#valueOf() returning a string representation of your
> Hope it helps.
> On 4 Jan 2015 02:53, "Soni L." <fakedme+es at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I've been looking and looking and looking and I couldn't find a way to
>> override == to make 2 different instances of MyPoint compare == if they
>> have the same coordinates. (I guess this also applies to String objects
>> and stuff but I haven't tested that)
>> So how do I do this?
>> (PS: yes, I know, Java has an .equals method, not overridable ==, but
>> it's basically the same thing)
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