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simple String question

Nikos Stavros
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Hi, there

say I wanted to change a String "I'm" in to "I\'m"

would I use this


that doesn't seem to work.


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Balasubramanian Chandrasekaran
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This one will do the trick

Nikos Stavros
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Thanks mate nice and helpful!

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bart zagers
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Well, the behavior is mentioned in the Javadoc.
Apparently, the backslash and the $-sign have a special meaning and you have to do it like:
Balasubramanian Chandrasekaran
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Originally posted by bart zagers:
Well, the behavior is mentioned in the Javadoc.
Apparently, the backslash and the $-sign have a special meaning and you have to do it like:


Thanks Bart thats quite interesting.
Nikos Stavros
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I should read more Javadoc!
 
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