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The comparison between Wrapper objects and primitive data types

 
Kamil Hlubek
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Hi everyone,

I read a post that refers to the comparison between Wrapper objects and primite data types not long ago, but now I can not find it anymore. Could someone post a link to it or explain it to me, please?

PS: The post went about when the comparison results in true.

Thank you,

Kamil
 
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Kamil Hlubek wrote:I read a post that refers to the comparison between Wrapper objects and primite data types not long ago, but now I can not find it anymore. Could someone post a link to it or explain it to me, please?

Could it be this one?
 
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Roel De Nijs wrote:
Kamil Hlubek wrote:I read a post that refers to the comparison between Wrapper objects and primite data types not long ago, but now I can not find it anymore. Could someone post a link to it or explain it to me, please?

Could it be this one?


YES! Thank you VERY much!
 
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