String comparison using '==', instead of 'equals()'
Reports code that uses of == or != to compare strings.
These operators determine referential equality instead of comparing content. In most cases, strings should be compared using
equals(), which does a character-by-character comparison when the strings are different objects.
t is known to be non-null, then it's safe to apply the "unsafe" quick-fix and get the result similar to the following:
IntelliJ IDEA 2023.3, Qodana for JVM 2023.3