public int findStringExact(char str, int startIndex)
public int findStringExact(char str)
Case insensitively finds the string
str in the list and returns the item index, or returns -1 if not found.
startIndex is the index to start from and the search wraps back around to the top; if omitted or -1, the entire list is searched from the top.
This is different from
findStringExact compares all added Objects'
toString as opposed to just comparing added string types.
To find just the beginning of a string and not an entire string, use