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Surya Bavirti
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i want to see the internal code of String class methods.How can i see?
Christophe Verré
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The JDK comes with the zipped source code. Unzip it, and look for String.java.


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Rob Spoor
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The file is called src.zip, and is located in the root folder of your JDK installation.


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