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sura watthana
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Hi,
I'm have a few questions. Could somebody help me out?
is String a class?
will the default String field be empty string("") if the String field has not been initialized?

thanks

Sura
 
natarajan raman
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Hi Sura,

Yeah String is a class........And about the other question why don't you try and write a small code and get it run....

String n;
String x = new String("");

Such codes will help you.....Any small doubts can be clarified by writing programs....Many of our peers have suggested this. This will help you to learn more definitely.

Still if you face problems then come up with post.....okay....Have good time with Strings....
 
Barry Gaunt
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You have read the String API?

String s; defines a reference to an instance of the String class.

Except for local variables the default value of object references is null.

The use of the constructor String() (with no arguments) will cause an empty string ("") to be created.
 
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