The question is: Which of these statements concerning the charAt() method of the String class are true? And one of the answers is: The charAt() method returns a Character object. As far as I know, and according to the API, it returns a char, which is way different from a Character object. Clarification? Jason
Jason, Yes, according to API, charAt() should return a char, not a Character object.
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Joined: May 08, 2001
Was wrong, with the helping of Paul, the very responsive and accomodating individual that I've had a small dialogue with from JQ+, the correct answer was that the charAt() method can take a char for an argument. My apologies to JQ+ Goes to show what happens when you spend too much time studying and no breaks in between (going to grad school, too). Jason