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Hello,
got stuck at the following instance:

say for example i have String s[]={"amal","shah"}
now here s[0] has value amal...now i want to read characters from the array s[0].....i initially thought of using parseType method for converting string to char...but found out that this method is applicable for converting strings to numeric values...unable to get through...help apprecited.

thanking you
amal shah
 
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If you wish to process character by character.

[ August 17, 2006: Message edited by: Srikanth Basavaraju ]
 
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amal shah
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thanks srikanth and gowher...got it.....
 
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