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Java » Data Type » String CompareScreenshots 
String.compareTo
        
public class SequenceStrings {
  public static void main(String[] args) {
    String string1 = "A";
    String string2 = "To";
    String string3 = "Z";

    String string1Out = "\"" + string1 + "\""// string1 with quotes
    String string2Out = "\"" + string2 + "\""// string2 with quotes
    String string3Out = "\"" + string3 + "\""// string3 with quotes

    if (string1.compareTo(string30)
      System.out.println(string1Out + " is less than " + string3Out);
    else {
      if (string1.compareTo(string30)
        System.out.println(string1Out + " is greater than " + string3Out);
      else
        System.out.println(string1Out + " is equal to " + string3Out);
    }

    if (string2.compareTo(string10)
      System.out.println(string2Out + " is less than " + string1Out);
    else {
      if (string2.compareTo(string10)
        System.out.println(string2Out + " is greater than " + string1Out);
      else
        System.out.println(string2Out + " is equal to " + string1Out);
    }
  }
}

   
    
    
    
    
    
    
  
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