In general both equals() and “==” operator in Java are used to compare objects to check equality but here are some of the differences between the two: ... In simple words, == checks if both objects point to the same memory location whereas .equals() evaluates to the comparison of values in the objects.

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Your path (i.e. the list of directories Python goes through to search for modules and files) is stored in the path attribute of the sys module. Since path is a list, you can use the append method to add new directories to the path. For instance, to add the directory /home/me/mypy to the path, just do: import

sort() - sort arrays in ascending order.
rsort() - sort arrays in descending order.
asort() - sort associative arrays in ascending order, according to the value.
ksort() - sort associative arrays in ascending order, according to the key.
arsort() - sort associative arrays in descending order, according to the value.

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