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Create Java class called EqualArraye. Inside this program, create  method called areArraysEqual( ) that returns

a boolean value and takes in two int arrays at parameters. If the arrays match, return true. Otherwise, return false. 

In the main, create four arrays - one of them should contain the same elements as another array in the same order. 

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Source code import java.util.Arrays; class EqualArrraye { static boolean areArraysEqual(int[]a,int[]b) {... View the full answer


C: \Users\raseena\Desktop>javac EqualArrraye . java
C:\Users\raseena\Desktop>java EqualArrraye
The arrays are :
: 5,3,7,6,1,
b : 2,3,5,6,9,
C :
d : 9,2,3,7,5,
The arrays a and c...

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