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Returns true if the first two arguments are equal.

All supported literals can be used. The third argument allows you to specify an epsilon to check a non-strict equality. It can be used only if at least one of the values to compare is a real number. The other number can be a real number, a string representation of a real number, or bytes.


  1. First value.
  2. Second value.
  3. Epsilon as a double or float.


Expression Result
equals(1.57, 1.58, 0.1F) true

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