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String Object

Mr Iftikhar
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Joined: Oct 12, 2001
Posts: 39
Select the correct answer.
Which one method can change the String object.
1) toUpperCase()
2) concat()
3) charAt()
4) substring()
5) non of the above

Is there any method which can change the String object.
(But String is Immutable.)


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Valentin Crettaz
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you got it, no method can change the String object, thus the answer is 5.
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Mr Iftikhar
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Thanks Valentin Crettaz.
 
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