Hi Richard,
Actors usually don't have equals() and hashCode() methods.
However, if you define a custom token, like
actor.lib.security.KeyToken, then the custom token should
have equals() and hashCode() methods.


Richard Ware wrote:
  Can you guys remind me whether there's any architectural
reason to avoid overriding equals() (and hashCode() ) when
writing an actor in Java?  Thanks!

     Rich Ware

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