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Hi,

 
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The c is a char,The s is a String,The result is a String when the c + s or s + c
 
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In Java only operator overloaded is " + ".

U cannot append character with a string since + is used only with Strings.
in the second line s+=c,

Everything that gets appended to String will be converted to String.So it works in the second case.
For ur clarification,

int i=2,j=4;
String str="abc";
System.out.println(str+i+j);
System.out.println(i+j+str);

Outputs will be:
(1) abc 2 4-----> If anything appended after a string, entire is a string.
(2) 6 abc

Hope this shuld help...

pavan.
 
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