"Coding the Basic Game Loop" checking the strings are equals

Hello, my name is Fareed Sokkar,
I have a question regarding checking the strings , why did we used the == operator (which usually checks on for regular c++) and not HiddenWord.Equals(Input) - which usually checks on Lexical Level for UE-c++ (FString), and what is the difference between them?!

By default Equals is case sensitive and operator== isn’t.

FString A;
FString B;

The following are equivalent

A == B;
A.Equals(B, ESearchCase::IgnoreCase);

You can’t change operator== to be case senstive.

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Thank you so much for explaining, this is very helpful!

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