What is the differentiate between equals() and == in Scala. Is the latter the same as == in Java?

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Can anybody explain the above query?How equals() and == in Scala is different?
Jul 29 in Apache Spark by pavitra
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Hey,

When we try to compare two instances with the == operator, Scala calls the object’s equals() method. 

We use it to check instance equality. However, in Java, we use it to check reference equality. This tells us whether two references point to the same object.

answered Jul 29 by Gitika
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