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Tuple<T1, T2, T3>.Equals Method

Returns a value that indicates whether the current Tuple<T1, T2, T3> object is equal to a specified object.

Namespace:  System
Assembly:  mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)
public override bool Equals(
	Object obj
)

Parameters

obj
Type: System.Object
The object to compare with this instance.

Return Value

Type: System.Boolean
true if the current instance is equal to the specified object; otherwise, false.

The obj parameter is considered to be equal to the current instance under the following conditions:

  • It is a Tuple<T1, T2, T3> object.

  • Its three components are of the same types as the current instance.

  • Its three components have the same values as those of the current instance.

The following example calls the Tuple<T1, T2, T3>.Equals(Object) method to determine whether any of the objects in an array of Tuple<T1, T2, T3> objects are equal to one another. The output reflects the fact that the Equals(Object) method returns true when comparing Tuple<T1, T2, T3> objects whose components have equal values.


using System;

public class Example
{
   public static void Demo(System.Windows.Controls.TextBlock outputBlock)
   {
      Tuple<string, double, int>[] scores = 
                      { Tuple.Create("Ed", 78.8, 8),
                        Tuple.Create("Abbey", 92.1, 9), 
                        Tuple.Create("Ed", 71.2, 9),
                        Tuple.Create("Sam", 91.7, 8), 
                        Tuple.Create("Ed", 71.2, 5),
                        Tuple.Create("Penelope", 82.9, 8),
                        Tuple.Create("Ed", 71.2, 9),
                        Tuple.Create("Judith", 84.3, 9) };

      // Test each tuple object for equality with every other tuple.
      for (int ctr = 0; ctr < scores.Length; ctr++)
      {
         var currentTuple = scores[ctr];
         for (int ctr2 = ctr + 1; ctr2 < scores.Length; ctr2++)
            outputBlock.Text += String.Format("{0} = {1}: {2}", currentTuple, scores[ctr2],
                                                currentTuple.Equals(scores[ctr2])) + "\n";

         outputBlock.Text += "\n";
      }
   }
}
// The example displays the following output;
//    (Ed, 78.8, 8) = (Abbey, 92.1, 9): False
//    (Ed, 78.8, 8) = (Ed, 71.2, 9): False
//    (Ed, 78.8, 8) = (Sam, 91.7, 8): False
//    (Ed, 78.8, 8) = (Ed, 71.2, 5): False
//    (Ed, 78.8, 8) = (Penelope, 82.9, 8): False
//    (Ed, 78.8, 8) = (Ed, 71.2, 9): False
//    (Ed, 78.8, 8) = (Judith, 84.3, 9): False
//    
//    (Abbey, 92.1, 9) = (Ed, 71.2, 9): False
//    (Abbey, 92.1, 9) = (Sam, 91.7, 8): False
//    (Abbey, 92.1, 9) = (Ed, 71.2, 5): False
//    (Abbey, 92.1, 9) = (Penelope, 82.9, 8): False
//    (Abbey, 92.1, 9) = (Ed, 71.2, 9): False
//    (Abbey, 92.1, 9) = (Judith, 84.3, 9): False
//    
//    (Ed, 71.2, 9) = (Sam, 91.7, 8): False
//    (Ed, 71.2, 9) = (Ed, 71.2, 5): False
//    (Ed, 71.2, 9) = (Penelope, 82.9, 8): False
//    (Ed, 71.2, 9) = (Ed, 71.2, 9): True
//    (Ed, 71.2, 9) = (Judith, 84.3, 9): False
//    
//    (Sam, 91.7, 8) = (Ed, 71.2, 5): False
//    (Sam, 91.7, 8) = (Penelope, 82.9, 8): False
//    (Sam, 91.7, 8) = (Ed, 71.2, 9): False
//    (Sam, 91.7, 8) = (Judith, 84.3, 9): False
//    
//    (Ed, 71.2, 5) = (Penelope, 82.9, 8): False
//    (Ed, 71.2, 5) = (Ed, 71.2, 9): False
//    (Ed, 71.2, 5) = (Judith, 84.3, 9): False
//    
//    (Penelope, 82.9, 8) = (Ed, 71.2, 9): False
//    (Penelope, 82.9, 8) = (Judith, 84.3, 9): False
//    
//    (Ed, 71.2, 9) = (Judith, 84.3, 9): False


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