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where to see the source code for java.lang.String

sudheer kiran
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where to see the source code for java.lang.String

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Somewhere in your Java installation folder you will find a file called src.zip. Unzip that, then navigate to its "java" folder, then its "lang" folder. You will notice the folder structure follows the package name structure.
 
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