Create custom Predicate with Set<String> and String as parameter

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I have a String as "ishant" and a Set<String> as ["Ishant", "Gaurav", "sdnj"] . I need to write the Predicate for this. I have tried as below code, but it is not working

Predicate<Set<String>,String> checkIfCurrencyPresent = (currencyList,currency) -> currencyList.contains(currency); 

How can I create a Predicate which will take Set<String> and String as a parameter and can give the result?

 


A Predicate<T> which you're currently using represents a predicate (boolean-valued function) of one argument.

You're looking for a BiPredicate<T,U> which essentially represents a predicate (boolean-valued function) of two arguments.

BiPredicate<Set<String>,String>  checkIfCurrencyPresent = (set,currency) -> set.contains(currency); 

or with method reference:

BiPredicate<Set<String>,String> checkIfCurrencyPresent = Set::contains; 

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