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Comparator denotes a component that can compare two objects and sort them using Java's sorting capability. You can pass a Java Comparator to the sorting method when sorting a Java List, for example. During sorting, the Comparator is used to compare the objects in the List.

When two voltages are compared, a comparator circuit outputs a 1 (the voltage on the positive side; VDD in the example) or a 0 (the voltage on the negative side) to indicate which is larger. Comparators are frequently used to check whether an input has achieved a predefined value, for example.

A user-defined class's objects are ordered using the Java Comparator interface. This interface is part of the util package in Java, and it has two methods: compare(Object obj1,Object obj2) and equals (Object element).

In Java, a Comparable object compares itself to another object, but a Comparator object compares multiple objects of different kinds. In Java, Comparable provides the compareTo() method for sorting elements, whereas Comparator gives the compare() function.

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