Js String

Basic Rope Ideas

Based on the above discussion, we can conclude the following key points about the thread in the C-programming language -
Cables in C are represented as a string of letters.
We can build a rope in the C system by giving the character a character with multiple characters.
We can build a cable in the C system by providing a complete cable installed in double dimensions.
We may print a letter from the letter using the same member subscription or the entire string using the same member name without registration.
The last letter of each string is a blank letter, e.g., '\ 0'.
Many programming languages offer built-in functions to manage the cables, i.e., you can hold the cables, search the cables, unplug the cables, etc. You can refer to our detailed tutorial in C or another programming language for more information.

Strings in Java

Although you can use alphabetical editing to save the strings, Java is an advanced programming language, and its designers are trying to offer more functionality. Java offers cables as a built-in data type like any other type of data, and it means you can define the strings directly instead of defining them as a string of letters.

Following the same program written in Java. Java uses a new operator to create cable variables, as shown in the following program.

You can try the following program to see the results -

Live Demo
Short community Java {
   public static void main (String [] args) {
      String str = new String ("Hello");
      System.out.println ("String =" + str);

When the above program is implemented, it produces the following results -
Thread = Hello

Example No.1:

<html> <body> <h4>Knowledge2life Website</h4> <p id="demo"></p> <script> let text = "Knowledge2life"; document.getElementById("demo").innerHTML = text; </script> </body> </html>


Knowledge2life Website


Example No.2:

<html> <body> <h4>Knowledge2life Website</h4> <p id="demo"></p> <script> let web1 = "Website Knowledge2life"; // Double quotes let web2 = 'Online learning'; // Single quotes document.getElementById("demo").innerHTML = web1 + " " + web2; </script> </body> </html>


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Website Knowledge2life Online learning