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reg: string and stringbuffer

sri charan
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Joined: Dec 04, 2007
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Hello friends,

I just want to know if the "stringbuffer" is giving more flexibuility for data store then why in most case's we go for "string"

can any one please confirm this......
Campbell Ritchie
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Don't use StringBuffer any more; use StringBuilder.

String is used because its objects are immutable, so they can be reused without using too much memory, or threading problems.

StringBuilder is used because it gives a fast way of altering the contents of String-like text.
 
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