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1) on line 2, a string buffer (s) of capacity 16 + 5 = 21 is created. 2) on line 3, we appended ss to s making 16 + 5 = 21, which fits perfectly in s, making the output on line 4 equals to 21. my question is: if we add another character to ss
the output (capcity) of s becomes 44 !!! isn't suppose that the capacity increases by one, hence becoming 22??
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