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i have a question regarding string given below: String x="my name is good fellow"; String y=x.substring(3,10); my question is : the string method starts searching substring from 3 from string saves in x n it does not end at 10 but at 9.y it ends at 9 if it starts searching from 3 .i hope that u have underestand my question n i hope that you will reply me soon. take care thank you very much in advance with regards kumar abhay
Kumar, Your questions will be more readable and will have a better chance of getting answered if you spell out words like "and", "why" and "you". Thank you for doing so in the future I, too, find the way substr() works a little goofy as it differs from other substr() functions I have used in the past in other languages. It's just one of those idiosyncracies that you have to remember, I guess.
------------------ Junilu Lacar Sun Certified Programmer for the Java� 2 Platform [This message has been edited by JUNILU LACAR (edited October 20, 2001).]