In this tutorial, we will see “How to use allMatch vs anyMatch methods in a Stream in Java 8” with most simplest examples so that even beginners can understand with ease. In Java 8, the Stream interface provides two methods to check if all or any elements in a stream match a given predicate: allMatch and anyMatch.

Java 8 stream allmatch vs anymatch

allMatch()

Here is an example of using allMatch to check if all elements in a stream of integers are greater than 10:

 

 

Output:

 

 

anyMatch()

And, here is an example of using anyMatch to check if any element in a stream of strings is equal to “Techndeck”:

 

 

Output:

 

Note that both allMatch and anyMatch return a boolean value indicating whether or not the predicate is true for all or any elements in the stream, respectively. They short-circuit and stop processing the stream as soon as they find the first element that matches (in the case of anyMatch) or the first element that does not match (in the case of allMatch).

 

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  • Deepak Verma

    Deepak Verma is a Test Automation Consultant and Software development Engineer for more than 10 years. His mission is to help you become an In-demand full stack automation tester. He is also the founder of Techndeck, a blog and online coaching platform dedicated to helping you succeed with all the automation basics to advanced testing automation tricks.

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