I've been staring at the below problem and am more confused than before hand. I've done strings before and replaced letters within them but never in a for loop. I've only used the replace method which is something that we cannot use. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
Let word be a String variable referencing a non-empty string. Write a for loop that prints the string with all occurrences of the lowercase letter 'n' replaced with 'r'. For example, if word references the string "Kenny", then your code should print "Kerry". Do not use the replace() method of the String class.
When I've done for loops in the past it was for integers and when I try and code for chars & strings I get lost.
Lets think this through. Using a for loop, you'll want to examine each character of the String from the first to the last. If the current character is not an 'n', then print it, else print an 'r'. Look at the methods of String class. Which String methods do you think might be useful to you? [ October 15, 2008: Message edited by: Garrett Rowe ]
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