duyanfeng2012 注册会员
2023-02-27 21:26

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This is a Java line of code that says: return true if the string variable "name" is not equal to the literal string "n"; Otherwise return false.

More specifically, "!" Is the logical operator "not", which inverts the result of the following expression. In this case, "!" Invert the result of "n".equals(name), so if "name" is not the string "n", the result will be true; Otherwise the result is false.

Note that there may be some problems with this line of code. Because if "name" is null, it will result in a NullPointerException. To avoid this, it is usually necessary to compare the literal string "n" first, for example: "n".equals(name).

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