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Use of StringBuffer to add data

 
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Hi all,
I want to create a XML string from a XML. Is it ok, if i use StringBuffer for this purpose. The idea is, go on appending the required data to the StringBuffer and finally convert the StringBuffer to String.
I am worried about one thing. If the XML is a bit large, does it affects the performance or is there any memory issue. Please advice. Thanks

Ramdas.
 
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This is not related to SCWCD.
Please do not crosspost between different forums.
https://coderanch.com/t/253369/java-programmer-SCJP/certification/StringBuffer
 
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I think u can use StringBuffer for this purpose.. because StringBuffer is designed for these kind of works only.. I think there wont be performance issues.. Correct me if something is wrong..
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