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String Buffer & String
Joined: Dec 07, 2001
Aug 27, 2004 02:59:00
I could remember there was some write up by Cindy on the above two.. could not able to locate on the site. Can somebody help me?
Joined: Dec 10, 2001
Aug 27, 2004 03:52:00
Perhaps you'd have some luck using Cindy's member number as one of the search parameters. It's 3498.
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Joined: May 03, 2004
Aug 27, 2004 06:06:00
Object type Comparision
-->> immutable (Value once assigned cannot be modified)
-->> mutable (Value can be modified).
is better when u compare String with
in string manipulation that is
String str = "Hello";
str = str+"World" ;
sbstr = new
if we look at the above example the major and hidden difference is internally how JVM handles the string manipulation....
when we say str = str+"World";
xxx = new
str = xxx.toString();
Now u can make out that internally there is a overhead of converting the String str to
and applying append method on that and finally it is assigned backto the str the modifed str....
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Aug 27, 2004 12:27:00
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I agree. Here's the link:
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