java.lang.String valueOf(boolean b)

Description :

This java tutorial shows how to use the valueOf(boolean b) method of String class of java.lang package. This method returns a string representation of boolean data type.

Method Syntax :

public static String valueOf(boolean b)

Parameter Input :

boolean|b|method parameter which we are interested to get the string equivalent

Method Returns :

The String valueOf() method with argument boolean returns a new String object. If the value of the boolean parameter is true the result would be “true” otherwise “false”.

Compatibility Version :

Since the beginning

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Discussion :

The string valueOf(boolean b) method is to get a String equivalent of boolean method parameter. This method be statically accessed which means we should call the method like String.valueOf(boolean value).

Java Code Example :

This example source code demonstrates the use of valueOf(Boolean b) of String class. We have used the contains() method of String class to evaluate if String contains a string “Male”. This is simply to print the value of a boolean datatype. Since the sample string contains a String “Male”, the console output is true.

Sample Output :

Running the valueOf() method example source code of String class will give you the following output

java string indexOf-boolean method example

java string indexOf boolean method example

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