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Deepak Chawla
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Joined: Nov 19, 2003
Posts: 50
I just want to know the concept of lastIndexOf method, i read Java API, i didn't understand.
int slash = uri.lastIndexOf("/docs/") + 6;
What this will return.
Please help.
Jason Menard
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Joined: Nov 09, 2000
Posts: 6450
Well it depends on what your uri String is. The code is valid so you should have had no problems running it.

When the above is ran, i evaluates to 7, and j evaluates to 13. The value of i is the index for the beginning of the String "/docs/", keeping in mind that the first character of s, which is "/", has an index of 0. As the above String is of length 13, that is indexes 0-12, the value for j, 13, is outside the bounds of the String length. HTH.
 
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