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public synchronized StringBuffer insert(int offset, String s)

Hi all
Can anybody provide a program with the implementation of the above method

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venkat
 
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You can read the implementation code. It came with your JDK. Open your JDK folder and find the src.zip file. Unzip that file to a directory, and you can browse all of Sun's implementation code for the built-in classes, with the exception of native methods.

Here's the code for that method from the StringBuffer.java source file:
 
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Joe,
Venkat is probably asking , can a sample program show me how to use String buffer method insert()
 
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I just give the simple example of how to use the StringBuffer method insert(). Some of the different version of insert method is given below.

public java.lang.StringBuffer insert(int, boolean);
public synchronized java.lang.StringBuffer insert(int, char);
public java.lang.StringBuffer insert(int, int);
public java.lang.StringBuffer insert(int, long);
public java.lang.StringBuffer insert(int, float);
public java.lang.StringBuffer insert(int, double);
public java.lang.StringBuffer insert(int offset, char[] str);



Here argument no 1 means place of the position to be inserted.
argument no 2 means which type of representation to be inserteed.


Output of the above program is

Javatrue Programming
Java-true Programming
Java1-true Programming
Java1111-true Programming
Java1.01111-true Programming
Java1.01.01111-true Programming
Java Good1.01.01111-true Programming
JavaHello Good1.01.01111-true Programming
JavaHaiHello Good1.01.01111-true Programming

 
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