I know that s1 = s3 will do this job
Hagemaru Shou wrote:Steve wonder from wonderland you gotta learn alphabets first before forming Words .
Hagemaru Shou wrote:As Mr jackie chan specified that he wanted to access character by character not how to create string !
how to access character by character from the String s1 and place one by one into s3?
Hagemaru Shou wrote:this modified and revised example for code provided by mr randi said
Chan Lee wrote:s3 = s1.charAt(2);//Ofcourse it is blunder mistake(just for refernce). I want to send character at index 2 of s1 to index 2 of s3 directly. Is there any solution?
Hagemaru Shou wrote:
i guess you were looking for this kind of code no character buffers just copy string from one string to another isng charAt
Hagemaru Shou wrote:We are here to discuss java problem not lingual issues ...
Steve Luke wrote:
An alternative would be to use a StringBuilder object to do the work for you:
Hagemaru Shou wrote:So what luke its is using charAt() what mr chan wanted i think you have got lots of spare time i have got none stop this discussion lets chan decide what is best for him understood chillout man