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Insert into String

sabbir kazi
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Joined: Feb 03, 2001
Posts: 62
How to insert a substring into the string in Java? Like:
String One = "My is Sabbir"
String Two = "name";
So, after inserting "String Two" into "String One", the new "String One" will be -> "My name is Sabbir".

Michael Bruesch
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Joined: Sep 23, 2001
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First of all, those are string literals you're using. Secondly, even if you created an object using the String constructor, you cannot insert characters into a String object, you'd have to create a new String object. You can use the StringBuffer class however to insert characters or even another String into the StringBuffer object. Example:

The previous program will print "My name is Mike." and the original object was still used, only changed.
Hope that's clear...

Michael J Bruesch
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sabbir kazi
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Thanks, Mike.
I agree. Here's the link:
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