Re: if ("test1".equals(strComparer) ) then

From: Neal Gafter (
Date: 05/13/04

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    Date: Thu, 13 May 2004 03:13:47 GMT

    perry wrote:
    > in java, string constants can be considered static given that the
    > objects of the String class are "immutable" as in, they cannot be
    > changed directly. to have mutable string buffers that you are more
    > familiar with in C++ you can use the StringBuffer class.

    Better yet, if you don't need the synchronization built into StringBuffer, use
    StringBuilder from JDK 1.5.

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