Does Java have a IN operator or function like SQL

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I was curious to about this code in Java, if something like this can be done :

if(word in stringArray) {
  ...
}

I know a function for this, so pls tell me if Java has already something for this!

Thank you!

May 27 in Others by avinash
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A Java-language was designed to be powerful and for user friendly operations. There are no such operators in Java for the language level, but the libraries have been written to facilitate with some queries as required.
answered May 30 by Sohail
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