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Java String endsWith() Method

❮ String Methods


Example

Find out if the string ends with the specified characters:

String myStr = "Hello";
System.out.println(myStr.endsWith("Hel"));   // false
System.out.println(myStr.endsWith("llo"));   // true
System.out.println(myStr.endsWith("o"));     // true

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Definition and Usage

The endsWith() method checks whether a string ends with the specified character(s).

Tip: Use the startsWith() method to check whether a string starts with the specified character(s).


Syntax

public boolean endsWith(String chars)

Parameter Values

Parameter Description
chars A String, representing the character(s) to check for

Technical Details

Returns: A boolean value:
  • true - if the string ends with the specified character(s)
  • false - if the string does not end with the specified character(s)

❮ String Methods