Does Java have a IN operator or function like SQL

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do we have something like this in Java :

if(word in stringArray) {
  .....
}

I know we can make a function for this but do Java has already something for this.

May 30, 2022 in Others by polo
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You can use java.util.Collection.contains() for collections. 

If a non-null array, you can use java.util.Arrays.asList(array).contains().

answered May 31, 2022 by nisha
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