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Connecting Characters

Abhi vijay
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Which are the connecting characters in Java. One is underscore. What about others?
Lucas Franceschi
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Joined: Nov 10, 2008
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hello, Abhi vijay!!

you can find more information on this thread, on this thread, and on this link.

its funny, because if you put your question on google:
what are the connecting characters in java
first thing you find is the threads i sent you.

sometimes our keywords on searching can be so simple, and bring so much great results.

i hope i helped with the links...

regards.


Lucas Franceschi
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