Series.equals()
Pandas Series.equals()
checks if two objects contain the same elements ... This function allows you to compare two Series or DataFrames with each other to see if they have the same shape and elements.
Syntax: Series.equals (other)
Parameter:
other: The other Series or DataFrame to be compared with the first.Returns : True if all elements are the same in both objects, False otherwise.
Example # 1: Use Series.equals ()
to check if the underlying data in two given series objects is the same or not.

Output:
We will now use Series.equals ()
to check if the underlying data in two given series objects is the same or not.

Output:
As we see in the output , Series.equals ()
returned False
indicating that the element in the two given series objects does not match.
Example # 2: Use Series.equals ()
to check if the underlying data in two given series objects is the same or not.

Output:
Now we will use Series.equals ()
to check if the underlying data in two given series objects is the same or not.

Output:
As we can see in the output, Series.equals ()
returned True
indicating that the element in the two given series objects is the same.