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String without double quotes

 
Hd Desai
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Hi,

I am new to Java,

I want to insert a string in database but it should not have double quotes.

e.g i want to insert string TJ2003W.

But when we declare this as string it is surronded by double quotes.

Pls help reagrding this.
 
Mark Mescher
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Hi, the double quotes are only needed for Java so it knows you want to declare a String. The Stringobject itself doesnt contain the quotes!
Mark
 
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Segal:

Expanding on Mark's comment, in Java, a string literal is represented in a program's source code by enclosing the desired string within quotes. In the compiled version of the program, a String object is created that corresponds to that string literal. This object does not include the quotes.

For example, consider this line:

Here, "a test string" is a string literal. However, what str refers at runtime will be a String object that contains the characters a test string. It will not include quotes. Thus, a quoted string is simply a source code mechanism.
 
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